“Room to Breathe” / Interview by Paul Rowland

Architectural curves” by Bob Duncan/Naples, Italy (2018)

Bob Duncan is a life-long photographer who has lived and worked in many different places and drawn inspiration from all of them. He now lives in India, where he has been inspired anew. Although he works in different categories of photography, he feels a strong attraction to minimalism and he has a fascination with architectural details. He is especially drawn to subjects that have history and intrinsically have become art over the passage of time.

Here’s our interview with him.

PR/Please tell us about yourself and your background.

BD/Born in Texas and moved to L.A. when I was a teenager…


“Mondes Intérieurs” / Entrevue par Laura Galinier

To read the English-translated version of this interview, click here.

Patrice Larchevêque, ancien élève de l’Atelier Robert Baudry et de l’École des Beaux-Arts de Paris, pratique la photographie depuis ses études d’art. Son goût pour les grands formats le conduit d’abord vers le théâtre et le spectacle avant de rejoindre le monde du voyage au sein d’une compagnie aérienne. Sa collection d’Ektachromes de cette époque ayant été entièrement ravagée par des moisissures, il décide de reconstituer un patrimoine photo dans lequel les dates, les lieux, n’ont aucune importance: seules comptent les émotions ressenties et les sensations éprouvées. …


“Inner Worlds” / Interview by Laura Galinier / Translated from French by M. Solav

Pour lire la version originale de l’entrevue en français, cliquer ici.

Untitled” by Patrice Larchevêque.

Patrice Larcheveque, a former student of the Robert Baudry Atelier and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts of Paris, has been practicing photography since his art studies. His taste for large formats first led him to the theater and the spectacle before joining the world of travel within an airline. His collection of Ektachromes from this period having been completely ravaged by mold, he decides to reconstitute a photo heritage in which the dates and places reveal of no importance — only the emotions felt and the sensations experienced matter. …


“Visual Music” / Interview by Paul Rowland

Untitled” by Forties/United Kingdom (2020)

Forties is a macro photographer specialising in abstract oil and water photography. Although an introvert at heart, he has recently started to embrace his more playful side by experimenting with colour. Also a musician, the structures and juxtaposition of textures in his images produces a rhythm and melody that the eye can dance to. As with instrumental music, his pictures are incredibly evocative and stimulating to the viewer’s imagination.

Here’s our interview with him.

PR/Please tell us about yourself and your background.

F/I’m based in the UK, and I’ve played around with photography for the last 15 years, landscapes etc…


“To See Is To Feel — To Feel Is To See” / Interview by Charles David Corbin

“Now I Drift To You” by Nicole Schneider/Weil am Rhein, Germany (2020)

Nicole Schneider is a self-taught photographer based in Weil am Rhein, Germany, focusing on the small and hidden details in the natural world around her. Nicole processes many of her images as monochrome with a high-contrast, yet soft and ethereal minimalist style that is calming and rhythmic, much like the music that inspires her work.⠀

Here’s our interview with her.

CDC/Tell us about your background in photography and what role it plays in your life. Are you formally trained, or self-taught? Is photography a creative outlet or a vocation? How does it shape your daily, monthly and annual activities?

NS/I…


“Floating Garden” / Interview by M. Solav

“Embrace” by Maja Strgar Kurečić/Zagreb, Croatia

Maja Strgar Kurečić is a fine art photographer and associate professor of photography at the Faculty of Graphic Arts of the University of Zagreb in Croatia. At the beginning of her career, she engaged mostly in advertising and reportage photography, but has lately started devoting herself to abstract photography works, earning international recognition for her recent projects, the latest of which, “Floating Garden”, explores youth, beauty and transience through depictions of frozen flowers.

Here’s our interview with her.

MS/Tell us about your background and the relation you have with photography.

MSK/My name is Maja Strgar Kurecic. Born 1972, raised and…


“Unexpect Collaborations” / Interview by Paul Rowland

“0118” by Akishige Kano/Osaka, Japan (2020)

Having studied and practiced traditional dyeing and weaving in Kyoto, Akishige Kano applies his knowledge of Japanese aesthetics to photography. He aims to capture the unexpected collaborations of humans, nature and time to communicate emotions that cannot be expressed in language. His photographs reveal the hidden beauty of the inconspicuous, the overlooked, and the abandoned, and their abstract qualities allow the viewer a freedom of interpretation, enlivening us with visions and hallucinations.

Here’s our interview with him.

PR/Please tell us about yourself and your background.

AK/Having a strong interest in Japanese aesthetics, I practiced traditional plant dyeing and hand weaving…


“Search for Lines and Shapes” / Interview by Charles David Corbin

“Broken” by Koen Vanacker/Gasthuisbossen, Ieper, Belgium (2020)

Koen Vanacker is a structural engineer fascinated by photography, which he explores purely by feeling with an eye for details. Observing the inconspicuous abstract beauty of our world, he searches for images as a pause button for this passing life where you can relax for a moment. His images are characterized by their simplicity, their natural or artificial lines, their contrast and their depth.

Here’s our interview with him.

CDC/Tell us about your background in photography and what role it plays in your life. Are you formally trained, or self-taught? Is photography a creative outlet or a vocation? …


The Human Body in All its Elements”/Interview by Paul Allender & Laura Galinier

“Autumn Beach’ by Michèle Polak/Schiermonnikoog, North Holland (2020)

Michele Polak is a digital artist who lives in Bergen, North Holland. While her latest work has been focusing on the natural elements, she is just beginning a new project in collaboration with a British painter Paul Allender which explores the human body using a mix of photography, painting and digital interventions.

Here’s our interview with her.

LG/Can you briefly tell us who you are and where you come from? What are your influences and artistic aspirations?

MP/I lived in Amsterdam for a long time and was resident photographer at the Dutch National Opera House. This provided a great grounding…


“Art That Makes You || Pause” / Interview by Charles David Corbin

“Untitled’ by Mirka van Renswoude/Valthermond, Netherlands (2020)

Mirka van Renswoude is a fine art macro photographer who creates minimalist scenes with oil and water. Her attention to composition and lighting celebrates pure form and tone, reflecting not only her approach to photography, but also her personal philosophy of living.

Here’s our interview with her.

CDC/Tell us about your background in photography and what role it plays in your life. Are you formally trained, or self-taught? Is photography a creative outlet or a vocation? How does it shape your daily, monthly and annual activities?

MR/I’m a full-time mom and a part-time artist. Photography is my Pause Button. It’s…

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