Mark Kologi collected and sold millions of forgotten personal photos of complete strangers all over the states. He spends hours looking through piles of photos and observing the lives of these people flashing before his eyes. He enters his own little world, particularly on days he spends alone. His satisfaction comes a lot from when… Read More The Photo Man – Mark Kologi
Since my father was 15 and my mother 14 my parents have been hopelessly in love. 44 years on, a rarity, and they’re still as strong as ever. Keeping endless memories through photos, home videos, letters and cards. Dad entered the cadets young as part of his training to become a police officer, which meant… Read More My Phonar Pitch
Letters my parents sent to one another whenever they couldn’t be together, mainly when my dad was in the cadets and police force, or when my mum was away during her beauty therapy course.
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I like to describe Valerie Phillips photographs as weird but wonderful. The thing I love about her work is the freedom she seems to share with her models. I think the quirky awkwardness which shine through some of her images is extremely engaging and makes the photos that extra bit interesting. Although this sounds contradictory,… Read More Valerie Phillips
Bleasdale’s background is in business, economics and finance, which is what he originally studied at University, gradually leading him to gain a banking job. However he got to a point in his life where he grew up realizing he would only ever experience the limited life of a computer screen. Instead he wanted to experience,… Read More Notes from Interview with Marcus Bleasdale