“There is no shadow without light, so I use the shadow to emphasize the picture and atmosphere.” Inspired by antiquated art genres and the polar nature between darkness and light, photographer Marta Syrko is an ambassador of creation. Balancing an abstract aesthetic with humanly elegant finishes, the Russian visionary is a pioneer for the new age of photography.
“A group of women is a beautiful thing. If they just gather together and talk about philosophy and how to improve one another. Giving advice to each other. It´s just making then more powerful and beautiful. Sisterhood. It´s something we should bring back to the Western world and something they should keep in Nepal.”
Christopher Onah is a photographer based in Lagos, Nigeria and his work focuses on social issues, culture, and everyday rawness of life. He went to the Victoria Island coast line over Easter to capture the Gidi Tribe at West Africa’s biggest music festival, Gidi Culture Fest.
“Nostalgia” Valeria Schettino´s new series searching for the sense of sadness.”With this series starring Ana Suanes I wanted to describe this sense of sadness and research.” Malaga based photographer Valeria Schettino explains.
Yves Sochi is a Director and Photographer based in Seoul, Korea. She beautifully scouts locations, shoots in her own experimental style, and curates a final photo set of a one-of-a-kind story. Taking a moment to ask her a couple of questions while seeing an ambition, and artistry that will hopefully inspire all of us, to develop and capture our own city’s story in a new perspective.
“I love London. It’s one of those cities, that have got some magic vibes. And my beloved Leica is always with me. Together with my best friend I captured some moments we experienced on the busy streets that weekend.”
Finally we have a new series starring Ukrainian beauty Olga Grinzel. And what can we say… We feel she like landed from another planet. Photographed by Tanasis Lampropoulos. Enjoy! More…
Jeffrey Chan teamed up with model Christen Harper of Wilhelmina LA and makeup & hair artist Chloe Schlossmann for this delicate Fashion Story. The Canadian photographer is currently self-publishing a photography coffee table book entitled “Everyday Africa“, detailing a five month overland journey from Cairo to Cape Town.
The difference between a self-portrait and a real shooting with a photographer is that there is no bashfulness. It’s only between myself and I. Sometimes it feels pretty weird because I am trying out strange things, but it’s an intimate moment with my own body.
“Since having recently moved to New York from Los Angeles, I find myself eager to meet new people, and be a part of new experiences. I feel fortunate that my interests in art and more specifically photography, have lended themselves to doing those things. I’m realizing the importance of really looking at things, and that, so far, has served me well.”
Get to know angelic beauty Tara photographed by Yoshiro. What do you love most about yourself? I’d say it changes from day to day depending on what I’m doing…
Italy meets Russian style. This time Tatiana Mertsalova teamed up with the beauties Alina Avhadieva and Olga Kobzar for a shooting in the wonderful mountains of Italy. “We travelled from Russia to Italy to capture local beauty.”
“A Year in Three Days” is a printed collection of memories captured on film by Miguel Triano. “These are my favorite analog pictures captured during a 2018 spring trip with Cess to the sweet spot of Formentera. Within these pictures we also explored ourselves.”
“”Washed Up Hollywood” is a 35mm series of pictures I worked on over the course of a few months.” explains Los Angeles based photographer Dayne Malan. “I’d take my camera, stroll down to Hollywood Blvd and wait for moments when the characters get put on hold.”
We first interviewed Flora Beverly for C-Heads in October 2016 since then she’s climbed a few mountains and punched a few opponents (in the boxing ring). We catch up with the Wonder woman again and this time for a for a more in-depth interview.