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Karsten Wegener

Karsten Wegener

Karsten Wegener is an advertising photographer based between Hamburg and Berlin producing big-budget images for high-profile clients. In his spare time he likes to work on a variety of weird and wonderful projects, one of which involves creating famous works of art from wurst. Why? Why not. They’re ridiculous, hilarious and, we’d imagine, taste great when you’re finished shooting them.

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Ashley Rodriguez

Ashley Rodriguez

Ashley Rodriguez Food Photography. Ashley Rodriguez is an American pastry chef and now also a food blogger and photographer from the pages of Not Without Salt. Her interest in the food is not just for work but something more sentimental: as she says, “it’s what happens around the food that I really care about”. In her blog you can find ...

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Helen Yin

Helen Yin

"I was first caught by the photography bug when I saw the world through the macro lens of a Ricoh Caplio point and shoot camera… That was in 2006 and I have been captivated ever since… My work is like a snapshot of my favourite things… coffee, cocktails, food, flowers… My camera and lenses have been upgraded, but my subject ...

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Brian Ferry

Brian Ferry

Brian Ferry talented American photographer from New York, is working in various genres of photography, from portraits to still lifes. Interview:

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Alexis Clements

Alexis Clements

Alexis Clements is a Denver based photographer who works as a freelance commercial photographer and also pursues her own fine art projects. Alexis is also on the full time faculty in the MGD/Photography department at Red Rocks Community College while currently completing studies toward a masters of fine arts degree at the Academy of Art University. I am still hopeful for ...

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Svjetlana Tepavcevic

Svjetlana Tepavcevic

Born in Sarajevo, Bosnia, Svjetlana Tepavcevic is currently based in the Washington D.C. area, but maintains a connection with Los Angeles, her longtime home. In the early 1990s, she witnessed the breakup of her country in a bloody war, and lived through the siege of Sarajevo, the longest siege of a European city in modern history. Near the end of ...

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Olivier Richon

Olivier Richon

Olivier Richon was born in Lausanne, Switzerland in 1956. He studied at the Polytechnic of Central London where he was awarded a BA (Hons) first class in photographic arts in 1980 and a MPhil in 1988 on the subject of Exoticism and Representation. He taught on undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in photography at Derby School of Art (1985-1993) and was ...

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Kyle Dreier

Kyle Dreier

Some words others might use to describe Kyle Dreier… Tall. Responsible. Clever. Easy going. Analytical. Silly. Considerate. Diligent. Organized. Amusing. Semi-OCD. Critical. Inventive. Chocolate Lover. Aside from that, Kyle comes from a strong art direction and design background…which you’ve probably noticed in his photography. He’s a thinker and is driven by a multitude of ideas spiraling his cortex. Kyle Dreier  

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Lauren Hillebrandt

Lauren Hillebrandt

Lauren Hillebrandt (1988, The Netherlands) is a Amsterdam based photographer that uses the daily routine and the ‘normal life’ as an inspiration. By forcing everyday object into a sculpture, she tries to reinvent their original purpose. This craving for absurdism parallels to her paradoxal feeling towards the ‘normal life’ as we all see it.

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Juan Calle

Juan Calle

Currently, I am showing some images from the "Materas" Series among others Beauty and Metaphors. Although my photo-projects are quite diverse, they have common strings. The Earth itself,the incredible diversity of the Andes and rain forests where I live. I focus on establishing thoughts on such magical nature and the human condition linked by common threads, and as I go beyond ...

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