ARTURO CAÑEDO // Arturo is from Lima, Perú, a graduate in economics who has also studied painting and drawing at the Art Museum of Lima and integrates his understanding of economics into his photography to show the aesthetics of the human condition. He shared with us his creative night photography of street performers in Lima.
ROBERT VAN KOESVELD // Robert is an Australia-based photographer with a strong interest in exploring synergies between observations, feelings and camera use, so that the images create a palpable, emotional engagement between the subject and the viewer. During many visits to Kyoto, Japan, Robert was able to capture the spirit of the geiko and maiko […]
ULLI CLAURE IBARRA // Ulli is from Vienna, Austria, but has lived in several countries and has family ties to Bolivia. She has loved photography since she was little. Ulli shares a set of photos from what is perhaps the most colourful cemetery in the world, the Cementerio General de La Paz in Bolivia.
JASON SHIPLEY // Jason is a passionate British documentary photographer from Kingston upon Hull. He documents the people he meets, often in long-term series. His photographs have been featured in magazines and at the British Museum. Jason shared some of his photos from the Leeds West Indian Carnival, the oldest such event in England.
CLAUDIA ORSETTI // Claudia is an architect and a photographer. She is naturally attracted by contradictions and her work typically gravitates around the concepts of territory, time and memory, moving across landscapes, documentary and reportage photography. She shared a series on a ritual Theyyam performance in Kerala, India.
DAVID GILBERT WRIGHT // David has been in photography most of his life. He now specialises in documentary photography and is working on several long-term projects, including the one he shared with us about modern cultural expressions of Morris Dancing, a quintessentially English form of folk dance that has its origins in the Middle Ages.