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    East Coast.


    IP: Where did you grow up? Where do you live now?

    JB: I am a French street photographer. Not a professional, but passionate about the city of New York, I have always lived in Paris but I consider New York as my refuge.

    IP: What is one of your favourite memories from the 80’s?

    JB: Like most of the teenagers in 1990, I discovered the old school side of the 80's in front of my French TV watching MTV's American Hip Hop music videos (Run DMC, Wu-Tang Clan, Beastie Boys, Notorious Big...) and the legendary Spike Lee movie 'Do the right Thing' in 1989. They will be marked eternally in my memory.

    IP: How did you become interested in photography?

    JB: I photographed at the age of 18 without asking questions, but in fact the work of Bruce Davidson that I discovered 6 years ago was a trigger, especially with his series' East 100 St 'and' Brooklyn Gang'

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    El Barrio Chino.


    IP: Where are you from? What place do you call home?

    SAG: I was born in Nice, France. I live in London but go back to Nice whenever I can. London and Nice is just the perfect combo! 

    IP:  When did you first pick up a camera? Did you study photography or are you self-taught?

    SAG: My mother is an interior design journalist, as a teenager I would often come with her on trips to assist photographers. I started messing around with cameras at around 16 I think . I have never studied but assisted a lot, for about 8 years.

    IP: I notice a strong theme of bright colour and eclectic patterns in many of your images. How would you consider your photographic style?

    SAG: I don't know if you could call it a style, but I’m definitely obsessed with funky interiors. I also love fake or staged images but with a natural feel to it, it creates a  weirdness that I like, so maybe my style is funky or weird.




    I am speaks to me.


    Sicilian born photographer, Salvatore Di Gregorio, captures youth in London fashion week in his series I AM SPEAKS TO ME. We interviewed him to better understand his background in photography and how his artistic process unfolds.

    IP: What was it like growing up in Sicily? What do you like about living in London and Berlin now?

    SDG: I come from a small town in Sicily. I used to hate it when I was young but now I appreciate the freedom that only living in a small town can give you. London and Berlin are very different, and I try to get the best of the two worlds.

    IP: How did you get interested in taking pictures?

    SDG: After quitting my job in Rome and before moving to London to start my master’s degree I took some time off and I decided to travel to South East Asia for few months, just to recharge my batteries before kicking into a new adventure. I bought a small camera, I knew I was going to some unknown ...


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    Dancing with Robin.

    Aserica talked to Robin Nimanong about his expressive style and how he fell in love with dance.


    Thai gender fluid performer Pat Chanudom Photographed by Matthieu Lunard, Interview by Xaver Konneker.

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