“I am from Paris in France but have been traveling a lot for the past 5 years, and so I have started photography with travel shots. Now I live in New York and I love this city… its yellow cabs and lively streets. I like to focus on the people. The cinematic style is now the way I see photography. I love to do shots that look like they come from movies.” ~ Samuel Castan
“Photography occurred to me out of the blue, don’t ask me how, I don’t remember. I assume from my need to tell stories. I always liked telling stories. Real stories. Different stories. Stories from the eyes of an observer who has a thirst for seeing happy people living their love and recording their unique moments with his camera.” Theodoros Chliapas
For the past 15 years, Jerome Abramovitch’s inherent nature to seek, explore and be that which is different has gained him the kind of recognition and marketable appeal that can only be attained by such an unconventional and driven individual. The stark honesty of his photographs is testament to who he is as an artist, the eccentric characters that surround him and the intimate bonds they share. His work and his own image are well recognized in Europe, Japan, not to mention the Americas… at least in the right circles. Jerome moves seamlessly between object, subject, voyeur, and documenter. Visit his website.
“I am Kelly Knox, and photography is what fuels my every day. In two and a half years, it has changed me, as well as the way I look at my world. My pictures take me back to places that I miss and allow me to relive moments that I treasure. I mostly use photography as a way to document my family’s life. With a son who is growing up at lightning speed, I have found my camera to be the next best thing to slowing time. When my son isn’t being cooperative, however, I am happy to point my camera at just about anything else – there is beauty in all of it.” ~ Kelly Knox
Wales-based father & son photography team. The LocoEmotive and LocoEmotion website has been created and will be developed by a Father and Son team of Robin and Taliesin Coombes. The name comes from a play on the words Loco, Locomotive, Locomotion, Emotive, Emotion, Motive, Motion and the ‘E’ world we now live in – electronic, environmental and energy conscious.
Hugo Fernandes – “Shooting in the streets it´s great, you look for ordinary places and ordinary people and creatively compose them in a clever way.”