Guido Grosso has a deep connection with life and his surroundings. This is easy to sense this through his newest series “Harlem” (styled by Mariano from The Villa Stylist). In “Harlem”, Grosso used body language and his appreciation of people watching to develop an ongoing yet silent form of communication. We interviewed Grosso to find out more about his passion for photography.
NM: Where are you from?
GG: I am from Córdoba, Argentina.
NM: When did you start using photography as a creative outlet and when did it become your career?
GG: Photography was apart of my adolescence. My parents always had an analog camera and family albums that we would look at together. During these moments I believe I began to internalize my interest in photography. Although, I didn’t get involved with photography until I studied Graphic Design in university.
NM: How have you formed your photography and aesthetic style b...
Julien Besson is a passionate photographer and observer of New York City. His work is filled with busy streets, pockets of untouched neighborhoods and the youth that stomp these grounds. In his newest series Brooklyn Baby, Besson takes his viewers on a journey through Brooklyn, New York and creates a even twist of street style and afro culture. See the whole series and his other works at his website julianphotographies.blogspot.fr
NM: Tell us a little about yourself!
JB: I am French, living in Paris. I have been practicing photography for 5 years. Throughout my photography process I constantly look at others as a smuggler of emotions. Photography gives me the opportunity to use it as a medium of expression, to speak about myself and my sensitivities.
My inspiration is driven from life. I love walking around to random streets and waiting for the moment to come. The moment or scenery which lets me feel some emotio...
Up Close & Personal.PROVOKING
Kenya Sugai, has some of the most curiosity sparking photography. By using extreme close up shots, Sugai outlines and the endless possibility of what could be staring back at the viewer. In their newest series “02” we are faced with interesting artifacts that require creativity to decipher. Find out more from Kenya and what started these provoking, and curated photos.
“My name is Kenya Sugar and I'm from Fukuoka, Japan. My first introduction to photography was actually through film making.I originally thought that photography didn’t need much technical knowledge or practice, just because all you had to do was press a shutter-release button. I found out quickly that I was wrong and realized photography allowed me to express something I couldn’t before. As an important theme in all my works, I am interested in challenging what I can create in the field of snap photography, a simplest and quickest way of representation. I am ...
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