Thursday, October 30, 2008

Nadav Kander

Nadav Kander Lond based photographer has a real talent of looking at the everyday world and seeking out the dark and irrational and display it to us in a dark and irrational manner.

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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Mark Wickens

Sometimes its the quality of the prints presented that just seem to completely whisk you away to a magical scenario. Its the dream date quality of the prints by Wickens that drew me towards them. A variety of different locations and people and objects all come together to draw us into this day dream further.

To see more of his work check out:

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

Floria Sigismondi

Toronto based photographer and music video superstar Sigismondis work is the first photography book I ever brought. Yes it can be dark, yes it can be sinister but in terms of lighting and detail brings a special quality to all of her work. Fantastic.

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Monday, October 27, 2008

Laura Carey

Laura Carey recently graduated from Nottingham Trent University using these truly fantastic set of photographs in her degree show. Capturing a essence of dance as the subject moves through the scene it captures these beautiful photos.

You can see more of her work here:

Sunday, October 26, 2008

Martina Lindqvist

Back on form this week I promise and what better way to start than the work of Swedish/Finnish Photographer Martina Linfqvist. I know use the word a lot and it doesn't really do work like this the justice it deserves but beautiful night time shots of the island of Rågskär. The short focus and the twighlight lighting only add to the dream like quality of the prints.

If you want to check out more of her work and I really suggest you do go to:

Friday, October 24, 2008

Lou Bradbury

Im sorry ive been a bit slack of late but im away from home! And normally I like to show three photos but Bradbury's work is a bit hard to track down. Fantastic work crossing the innocent with the sinister, the dead eyes stand out like nothing I've seen photographically in a long time.

Ild love to give you a link to more but I cant find any.

Tuesday, October 21, 2008


Are you for Real? from eyestorm on Vimeo.

A return to a video today just for a bit of change of scenery. Fantastic trully unique musci video. Check out more throught the vimeo link.

Monday, October 20, 2008

Grégoire Alexandre

Unique french fashion photographer Alexandre plays with the themes of colour and shape in some truly playful photographs.

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Sunday, October 19, 2008


Miranda Lehmans photography has that element that you just fall in love with instantly. Hidden figures in unusual states add that dream like quality that seems to draw your gaze to every element to discover more.

You can see more of her work

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Erwin Olaf

The third part of a trilogy following on from hope and rain Olaf's Grief series create a certain sense of melancholy hidden behind the signs of sadness. Seeing these middle class people hidden behind their masks of sadness unlocks a key of sombre in us all.

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Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Axel Antas

The photographer has described these almost as a performance running around with a smoke machine in front of the camera. To me though they come across as the ultimate in contemporary landscapes taking the leafy green woods and descending them into the mysterious places we wish we had come across.

To see more of his work go to:

Tuesday, October 14, 2008

Taryn Simon

Simon gives us the special view of what is hidden from view in the united states of america from the cannabis labs to Cryonics Institutes. She gains access to places rarely seen by the general public making these places a little less mysterious.

To see more of the series go here:

Monday, October 13, 2008

Steve Poxson

Whats the use of having a blog if you cant plug your own work now and again. So next week Il be showing a video looking at the relationship of time in video and the photographic image.
Its being held at the LCB Depot in Leicester.

You can see more of my stuff here:


A crazy photo diary and staged photogrphs of a couple as they go through there relationship. The two have now broke up which spelled the end of the photographs but if you can track them down they are well worth a look.

you can see a couple more here:

Thursday, October 9, 2008

Ryan Mcginley

For the longest time I just thought Mcginley hanged round with a large group of young people who liked to get naked and do things out in the open and that his job was as to document them. It was only recently I read a interview with him that I learn they are in fact carefully staged to look like the common snap shot. What ever they are they are amazing.

See more of his work here:

Wednesday, October 8, 2008


In the strange world we live in today is its hard not to have a fear of those around us. In Gerald Edwards III work our fears are manifested in a future society. A use of digital manipulation that pushes our imagination to the very boundaries of the future.

To see more of his Psych Securities LLC series or his past work go to:

Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Neeta Madahar

Neeta Madahar creates some truly unique images and videos. Her most recent work sees sycamore seeds falling endlessly through the space trying to capture her memories of child hood. Past work has seen her set up studio lighting to capture birds as they feed at a bird table.

To find out more visit:

Monday, October 6, 2008

Tim Macpherson

Inspiring work by Tim Macpherson used in recent Anti Pregnancy Campaigns. A great example of how creative photography can help to get a message across.

You can see more of his work here:

Sunday, October 5, 2008

Michael Vahrenwald

Simple but atmospheric prints by Michael Vahrenwald that wouldnt seem out of place in a gallery alongside Greg Crewdson.

Visit here to see more of his work: