From www.helenwarnerphotography.com Helen Warner is a fine art photographer living and working in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Originally from Toulouse in the South West of France, Helen is a graduate of The Queen’s University of Belfast where she mastered in Cinema and Modernism.
Her photography is deeply influenced by the intertwining of theatre, intricate (…)
From www.yellowkorner.com The New Zealand photographer Cally Whitham focuses her artistic research on the depiction of everyday life She began photography at 11 years old when accompanying her father who was a painter. He roamed the countryside to do sketches of forests and farms. From an early age she therefore had painting as an artistic reference and (…)
Elliott Wilcox is a London based, British photographer who recently graduated from the University of Westminster, MA Photographic Studies program. He has been the recipient of several awards including a Judges Award at the Nikon Discovery Awards and a New York Photo Award. Elliott recently won a prestigious Lucie Award for the Discovery of the Year at the International Photography Awards.
Elliott has exhibited internationally and in the UK, his first major series 'Courts' (…)
From Susan Inglett Gallery Matt Wilson’s current body of work is part of an ongoing project, based upon a collection of transient observations, the landscapes of every day life and the people that call those landscapes home. It delves into the artist’s own history, his formative and current years within his home landscape and in the city he now resides and also, those of distant (…)
KRZYSZTOF WLADYKA was born in 1980 in Olawa (Poland) where he currently lives and works. He discovered photography as an artistic medium in 2006. As a self-taught photographer who is not strictly connected with photography market he became appreciated by various curators and galleries. His works has been exhibited in Poland, United States and Cambodia - during Angkor Photo Festival in 2011. The most popular series “Animalies” has been awarded in many photo competitions (…)
Wiktoria Wojciechowska b. 1991 in Lublin, in the green East of Poland. Graduated in faculty of Media Art on Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. In her works she uses narration based on borderline of documentary and creation.
When she was 3 mother gave her scissors to make paper cuttings. At the age of 4 she decided to become a prima ballerina but at the same time she was sculpting little animals in plasticine - now her father thinks it was the beginning of the artistic (…)