Blog Posts

  • Listen, Learn and Realise - Timothy Bouldry, THE FENCE


    Having travelled the world, it was a landfill site in Nicaragua, which sparked American photographer Timothy Bouldry's interest. It has been the focus of an on-going series ever since, currently on show at THE FENCE.

  • The Beauty of it All - Valerie Berta, Visura


    "The closest I can come to a philosophy, other than to be ruthlessly true to oneself, is that photography... is entirely intuitive and uncontrolled, and that it allows me to speak the world I feel." - We speak to Visura member Valerie Berta.

  • Developing an Aesthetic - Nicolle Clemetson, PhotoShelter


    "For me the most satisfying feeling is having (ideally, full) creative control, starting from scratch, and making something new in studio." Nicolle Clemetson is a member of PhotoShelter, the leader in portfolio websites, photo sales, marketing and archiving tools for photographers.

  • All Sorts of Creativity - theprintspace Interviews Nicholas Goodden


    As part of a series of interviews exploring the different professions in the photographic industry, this week theprintspace speaks to photographer Nicholas Goodden, founder of the Street Photography London collective, and named last year as one the top 100 most socially influential photographers.

  • The Custodians of Oxford’s Finest Buildings


    "I love really working something, picking an idea and revisiting it and revisiting it, seeing where it takes you.” Joanna Vestey's 'Custodians' takes a look inside some of Oxford's finest buildings. Featured by British Journal of Photography.

  • Bay Views - Mark Lyon, THE FENCE


    "The relationship of architecture and framed landscape was at the heart of what I was after. It wasn’t one of action, but of slowly looking and perhaps introspection." - Mark Lyon, one of the winners of THE FENCE.

  • One Foot in Front of the Other - Phil Jung, Visura


    Visura member Phil Jung grew up in the Lower Hudson Valley of New York. He is currently living and working in both Honolulu and Boston. His series 'O’ahu' documents the relationship between the people who inhabit the island and the landscape that connects them.

  • Representation Through the Camera - theprintspace Interviews the CEO of PhotoVoice


    As part of a series of interviews exploring the different professions in the photographic industry, this week theprintspace’s Ameena Rojee speaks to Tom Elkins, Chief Executive Officer of the photographic charity PhotoVoice.

  • Last of the British Empire


    "The story behind each picture should be as interesting as the image itself.” Jon Tonks' Empire takes an extensive and diverse look at a series of isolated British Overseas Territories. Featured by British Journal of Photography.

  • Last Night at the Bus Stop - Travis Huggett, THE FENCE


    As part of a series of exclusive interviews with the winners of THE FENCE, we talk to New York City-based photographer Travis Huggett.