Justin is a freelance photographer based in Shoreditch. His interests in photography are wide and varied, but his current specializations are in architecture, interiors, still life and landscapes. He won awards in both 2010 and 2011 at the International Photography Awards for his archtectural work and was shortlisted for the WPGA in 2010.
He remains faithful to large format film both 5x4 and 8x10. He is represented by One Photographic.
London based photographer Martin Scott-Jupp has worked extensively in the field of design and publishing, his work appearing frequently on the covers of most of the UK's top book publishing houses, as well as many overseas.
He has recently been involved in producing a photographic record of the work of furniture designer Mathias Bengtsson, trying to push the boundaries of how this kind of subject matter is usually represented.
As a youth in North Carolina I began my path as an abstract painter and figurative sculptor; motivations grew from my interest of the psychophysical effects of chroma. Photography holds all the intrinsic values of all the other arts, but differers in the fact the it’s the foundation of existence. My creations are the exploration of my inner facilities; in the pursuit of contemporary knowledge expressing “original thoughts”.
Luca is an award-winning photographer based in London. He received many awards and nominations such as the Px3 ‘People’s Choice Award’ in 2010, 1st Prize Winner at Simulacrum Photo Contest judged by Richard Billingham, 1st Prize at Meet My World photo contest and an official selection at VOIES Off 2011. In addition he was shortlisted for the Photographers' Master Cup, he receievd an Honourable Mention at the 2011 LENS CULTURE Exposure Awards and the Spider Black and White Award 2008, he was also selected as a finalist at the Best of Photography Annual 2008, and shortlisted for the 2008 Travel Photographer of The Year.
His photography appeared in magazines such as The British Journal of Photography, Vanity Fair, Intelligence in Lifestyle, Kult Magazine, Vanidad, Genis Aci, Eyemazing, No Name, a-n, Gomma, XL, VICE and Time Out.
He exhibited throughout Europe and have been taken part to numerous Art Fairs and collective exhibitions, including the FOTO8 Summer Show and the Padova Art Fair.
In addition, he juried various awards, such as the Photolucida Critical Mass and the Crestock Photo Contest.
Among his recent job highlights Luca was the Ad campaign photographer for Diesel U Music 2009/2010.
Luca is currently working on his first book titled: My Dearest Javanese Concubine.
My Dearest Javanese Concubine was shortlisted for the Dewi Lewis 2012 European Publishers Award for Photography.
In addition Luca is the co-owner and Chief Editor of Gomma Books Ltd, a bijou publishing house specializing in high quality collectible photo books. Gomma was established in 2004 and for a few years it also run an acclaimed photography magazine. Luca is also the brains behind MONO, an hardback photo book showcasing the best contemporary black and white photographers (to be lanuched in fall 2012).
I studied at LCC and St.Martin's, both part of the University of the Arts in London, and work in large format photography. My projects include Left London (2006), an exploration of derelict sites around my home city; U.S.80 (2010), which focused on the first coast-to-coast highway in America; and Dark City (2011), showing the de-peopled urban environment at night. My work has been exhibited and featured in various shows, competitions, magazines and websites, as well as being held by collectors such as Nike and Sir Elton John
Antonio Guerra, 1983.
Lives and works between Madrid and Salamanca.
He studied Photography and Advertising Design at the Arts School of Salamanca, Spain, formation that complemented by workshops and seminars.
Performs personal work related to photography as means of expression.
His works have won several awards and scholarships as the Artistic Creation Grant MUSAC 2011, Young Artist Award of Castilla y León 2009, or the Young Artists Award City of Salamanca in 2009, 2007 and 2006, among others.
He has exhibited in museums and galleries both individually and collectively, and his photographs are in public and private collections.
Jim Jasper was born in Manhattan and lives there. He loves that the city's architecture changes so quickly at street level and spends a lot of time walking, looking for traces of the old New York or signs of the new one. He photographs shop windows, food trucks, parks, monuments, and the harbor.
He lives in Chelsea, New York City. He has a BA in Art from Yale.
Daniel Patrick Lilley is a portrait/editorial photographer located on the outskirts of London.
Born in London, 1968.
Now living in Bath, England.
Marc’s fine art work is based in the genre of documentary landscape photography. He shows us these landscapes, their raw nature and relationship to the human presence that is drawn towards them. The recognition of human intervention is key to the themes Marc explores and influences the final images, allowing the viewer to understand the vastness of the landscape, its natural power and the interaction of man within it.
“All these landscapes (because one is dealing here with landscapes even if they are far from the usual cliches of green meadows) have a story in common – the story of their abandonment by man…What Marc Wilson allows us to see is their survival, revealing their intrinsic beauty”
Mouvement magazine, France.
Marc’s current project, The Last Stand, has been photographed throughout the UK and Northern Europe.
Marc has exhibited in many solo and group exhibitions, both in the UK and in internationally in Milan, Grenoble and New York.
Exhibitions include the inaugural solo shows at the Back Hill and Now Showing galleries (London); solo show at Focal Point gallery, Southend and group shows at Art 2001, Photo2005, The Photographers Gallery and The Association of Photographers gallery.
The focus of the German photographer Michael Wolf’s work is life in mega cities and documents the architecture and the vernacular culture of metropolises. Wolf grew up in Canada, Europe and the United States, studying at UC Berkeley and at the Folkwang School with Otto Steinert in Essen, Germany. He moved to Hong Kong in 1994 where he worked for 8 years as contract photographer for Stern magazine. He then withdrew from editorial photography in order to pursue his own projects.