This blog is about names, names of photographers that capture their moments forever,
showing their lives in different perspectives.

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Keith Davis Young


His photographic work has been featured in many interesting publications, including but not limited to magazines like Vice, Dazed, Frankie, Wilder Quarterly, Mint, Huh, Slice, Positive… He currently enjoys the hell out of being based in Austin, Texas with his english bulldog, Moose.


Tom Hull


Tom Hull born in the autumn of 1979 in Greenwich, London. His personal work explores human interaction and involvement within the contemporary landscape. Through careful observation and use of a muted colour palette, He scrutinize banal and routine situations, often concentrating on notions of isolation within these spaces.


Claire Martin


Claire began her career by pursuing a degree in Social Work, however, she changed her focus to Photography when she realised that change can also be effected through this medium. Her ongoing documentation of marginalised communities within prosperous nations has recently won her the Magnum Foundation 2010 Inge Morath award for Female Photographers under 30 years of age.

Claire lives in Perth Western Australia where she works as a freelance photographer and socially concerned documentary artist.


Matteo Musci


With two friends, in the late ‘90, he founded Zona13 Studio and he worked for a notable amount of adv agencies in Europe.
Currently he live and work between San Francisco and Milan.


Bharat Sikka


Bharat Sikka (b 1973) grew up and then worked as a photographer in India before deciding to study at the Parson’s School of Design where he earned a BFA in photography. Establishing a fine art approach to the field of photography, as an art form Bharat documents contemporary visions of India. His portfolio consists of environmental portraits of “Indian men”, “Urban landscapes” in India and a personal project on his family. Since his first exhibition “Indian Men” at the Artists Space in NYC, his work has been displayed in numerous national and international exhibitions, including one at the National Museum of India (2008). Bharat has contributed for magazines and publications such as the New Yorker, I.D, Vogue, Vogue Homme International, Details and Time Magazine, where his work was featured as amongst the best photographs of 2005. Bharat now lives and works between Europe and India.


Michael Dengler


Michael Dengler is a photographer based in munich.
As a fifteen-years-old he started to work independently for different concert organizers and film productions all over Germany. Four years later he began to study interior design at Blochererschool in munich. During this study his passion for photography grew more and more with getting to know a fashion photographer and starting to assist him. After his study he decided to become independent again and to work as a photographer.


Sam Hessamian


Sam Hessamian is a New York native photographer that creates a sort of old world fashion photography – not flashy and bright, but engaging enough that it’s hard to tear yourself away.


Sisilia Piring


Sisilia Piring is a photographer from Chicago, USA.


Jake Stangel


Jake Stangel, born in Montreal, raised in Maryland, and went to college in NYC. Now live on the West coast.


Samuel Bradley


Sam is based in Farnham, Surrey, just a short hop from London and can often be found in Brighton. He won Practical Photography Magazine’s Photographer Of The Year award 2010, has worked for a diverse selection of clients and is in a perpetual state of self improvement.