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I was born in Boston, Massachusetts in 1961. I have been living in Portland Oregon since 1991. In 1986, I enrolled in a B&W darkroom course at a boys and girls club. I was living in Paris at that time and through connections I was soon to be working for a management-consulting firm. I waited, and waited for all the bureaucratic ...Читать далее →
I was brought up in London and became fascinated in photography after visiting Magnum’s ‘In Our Time’ exhibition. As my interest grew I started to take it more seriously and ended up studying Documentary Photography at Newport. I learned more about street photography there and turned my attention to colour when we were given a project assignment. London had always been ...Читать далее →
Christophe Agou (France, b. 1969) moved to New York in 1992, where he developed a love for the city and an uncanny feel for the look of the ordinary – in people, places and objects. He first came to prominence with his compelling photographs made in the New York Subway, and published ‘Life Below’ (Quantuck Lane Press 2004). Bridging the worlds of ...Читать далее →
I am primarily self-taught and I have only ever taken photographs for myself. I photograph every day. Sometimes it’s just a few frames, sometimes several rolls. I think that a good street photo requires both precision and chance. What I pay attention to is not accidental, yet there is a certain amount of fate that must be injected – usually at ...Читать далее →
In mid-1999 I was accepted onto the one-year photojournalism diploma at the London College of Printing. Early on in the course I became influenced by the work of Robert Frank, Garry Winogrand and Tony Ray-Jones. As a result, I spent the rest of the year wandering the streets of central London, camera at the ready. I’ve been working in the ...Читать далее →
I worked in many different mediums throughout high school and college. When I moved to New York in 1990, I picked up a camera and started documenting whatever interested me. The streets were very exciting – so much life, variety and possibility. Eventually I went back to school to study photography, but ended up experimenting with film and computers. Soon after ...Читать далее →
Now based in Sydney, Narelle is a founding member of Oculi, an independent, collective photographic agency. In 2001, Narelle and Trent Parke’s book “The Seventh Wave” came second in the American Pictures of the Year competition for best photography books. There was also a sell-out exhibition of the work at the Stills Gallery in Sydney. In 2002, Narelle won a 1st Prize ...Читать далее →