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  • LensCulture Weekly: Adriane Ohanesian

    27th Nov 2014

    LENSCULTURE - American freelance documentary photographer and photojournalist Adriane Ohanesian is committed to documenting communities at war with their own governments. She travelled to Myanmar in 2013 to document women rebel soldiers in Kachin State. The resulting work is highlighted within the 2014 LensCulture Emerging Talents Award.

  • National Geographic Traveller: Kris Davidson

    26th Nov 2014

    NATGEO - National Geographic Traveller interviewed Kris Davidson on the most impactful moments of her career, her most impactful shot, and much more.

  • THE FENCE: Yola Monakhov Stockton

    25th Nov 2014

    THE FENCE - “Photojournalism provides stunning access by its very fact, but the challenge, as I see it, is to use this access transformatively.” - Yola Monakhov Stockton

  • THE FENCE: Yorgos Efthymiadis

    23rd Nov 2014

    THE FENCE - Yorgos Efthymiadis uses photography to escape, calling the medium his “freedom”. His work is vibrant and colourful, mixing shapes and lines to depict often-empty spaces.

  • LensCulture Weekly: Corinna Kern

    20th Nov 2014

    LENSCULTURE - George Fowler, 72, is affected by hoarding. Focusing on his bathtub, Corinna's project detaches George's condition from the clutter through which it is usually conveyed. LensCulture interviewed the artist to learn a bit more of the series and her wider photographic interests spanning humour, sympathy and downright cleverness.

  • National Geographic Traveller: Daniel Allen

    19th Nov 2014

    NATGEO - Daniel Allen has an insatiable desire to explore the world. Following a six month stint working on a Falkland Island sheep farm at age 17, he was hooked on travel - permanently. National Geographic Traveller interviewed Daniel on his the most impactful moments of his career, his most impactful shots and much more.

  • THE FENCE: Ke Peng

    18th Nov 2014

    THE FENCE - Pushed by a desire to reconnect with her hometown of Hunan, Ke Peng has begun a longterm personal project exploring self, belonging and the city's changing landscape in Primal Planet. We spoke to Ke to learn more about the series, its personal impacts and life as an emerging photographer.

  • THE FENCE: Turi Calafato

    16th Nov 2014

    THE FENCE - Fascinated by how people interact with each other and their surroundings in public spaces, Italian photographer Turi Calafato set out to capture what he experienced as loneliness and detachment of people in their daily life. The result ‘Behind the Window Blinds’ was selected as part of 2014’s THE FENCE.

  • LensCulture Weekly: Aixia Li

    13th Nov 2014

    LENSCULTURE - Chinese photographer Aixia Li has been featured as one of the top 50 selected photographers from LensCulture's Emerging Talents Award. WPO is delighted to continue our partnership with LensCulture by providing continued opportunities to showcase the works of their featured photographers.

  • National Geographic Traveller: Slawek Kozdras

    12th Nov 2014

    NATGEO - This week, we introduce the work of photographer Slawek Kozdras and go behind the scenes of his shoot in Kerala, India.