A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers
Ukranian artist Yelena Yemchuk on the immigrant parent bullshit story, discovering her calling at art school, Smashing Pumpkins, returning to Ukraine in 1990 and how on visiting Odesa for the first
Magnum Photographer Moises Saman on the catalyst that was 9/11, learning the ropes in Afghanistan, his eight days captive in Abu Ghraib prison, surviving a helicopter crash, the myth of objectivity, t
Dublin-born, UK-based Irish artist Trish Morrissey on family albums, body language, the performative side of her practice and exploring the female experience.
American photographer Curran Hatleberg on saying yes to everything, being open and vulnerable to what might happen, trying to capture the 'atmospheric intensity' of Florida in Summer and how he learnt
French documentary photographer Bertrand Meunier on climbing, China, the reverse angle, memory and passion.
A special report from the annual Chico Hotsprings Portfolio Review which took place in Montana, USA in March.
Irish photojournalist Ivor Prickett on how he got started, needing to get closer to the source, Mosul, Ukraine, the times he wanted to quit and why he didnt and the implications of AI for photojourna
American photographer Stacy Kranitz on the grey areas, violence as catharsis, blurring her professional and personal lives, stereotypes and representation and how she accidentally ended up living in
Russian-born New York-based Igor Posner on his night walks, the New York Photo League, the language he employs, his two books and how his mum inadvertently sabotaged her own hopes by gifting him a cam