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The Wildest: Highlight from Wilderness Festival

I am back from a long weekend in Oxfordshire, where I recharged my batteries (all but the phone), gathered knowledge and inspiration. It will take me weeks to digest all the new experiences, but here are 10 things that made Wilderness

The Wildest: Highlight from Wilderness Festival

I am back from a long weekend in Oxfordshire, where I recharged my batteries (all but the phone), gathered knowledge and inspiration. It will take me weeks to digest all the new experiences, but here are 10 things that made Wilderness

Free Range// Photo Week #2

Free Range degree shows in Central London, where hundreds of recent graduates from across the UK present the fruits of their year-long labor, are a great place to hunt for inspiration. Unfortunately (for the industry in general, but fortunately for other photographers like

Free Range// Photo Week #2

Free Range degree shows in Central London, where hundreds of recent graduates from across the UK present the fruits of their year-long labor, are a great place to hunt for inspiration. Unfortunately (for the industry in general, but fortunately for other photographers like

The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking

I usually avoid books that promise to make me happy, rich and/or famous, which is why I decided to explain what prompted me to make an exception for this publication. The Antidote is by no means your typical self-help books, offering a ten-step

The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking

I usually avoid books that promise to make me happy, rich and/or famous, which is why I decided to explain what prompted me to make an exception for this publication. The Antidote is by no means your typical self-help books, offering a ten-step

Riga PhotoMonth

In early May I visited my home country again (for the fourth time this year!), this time scheduling the trip to coincide with the Riga Photomonth. The inaugural photography festival in Latvia was a real treat with a great selection of

Riga PhotoMonth

In early May I visited my home country again (for the fourth time this year!), this time scheduling the trip to coincide with the Riga Photomonth. The inaugural photography festival in Latvia was a real treat with a great selection of

Consuming Culture

I have been on the road pretty much constantly since the start of this year (not that I’m complaining), so it feels like a nice break to spend nearly a month back on the island. I never appreciate London enough when

Consuming Culture

I have been on the road pretty much constantly since the start of this year (not that I’m complaining), so it feels like a nice break to spend nearly a month back on the island. I never appreciate London enough when

31º

Those who know that I am often critical about the LCC degree shows might be pleasantly surprised to hear that I really enjoyed both the content and presentation of most of the work on display at the MA Photojournalism &

31º

Those who know that I am often critical about the LCC degree shows might be pleasantly surprised to hear that I really enjoyed both the content and presentation of most of the work on display at the MA Photojournalism &

Taylor Wessing Prize

Love it or hate it, Taylor Wessing Prize exhibition is a must-see show, largely summarising (and, to some extend, defining) the trends in contemporary photographic portraiture (for many photographers, it’s a must-enter competition for the very same reasons, but let’s

Taylor Wessing Prize

Love it or hate it, Taylor Wessing Prize exhibition is a must-see show, largely summarising (and, to some extend, defining) the trends in contemporary photographic portraiture (for many photographers, it’s a must-enter competition for the very same reasons, but let’s