Benoit Paillé is a talented self-taught Canadian photographer and Art Director currently based in Montreal, Canada. More to see here.
” After the unexpected passing of my father at age 62, I began creating cinematic scenes around New York that were reminiscent of his life. The American theme and unsettling locations that emerged seemed to create a tension with the time and place they inhabited. These landscapes and surroundings unveil a cold and strangely moving beauty, a series of movie stills that tells a story through its mood. ” – Mike Mellia
Works by Swedish artist/photographer Anders Krisár (1973). Anders is born and raised in Stockholm. He went to the School of Communication Arts in London and studied Music in NYU.
” I tried to capture the beauty of both the human body’s figure and its motion. The figure in the image, which is formed into something similar to a sculpture, is created by combining 10,000 individual photographs of a dancer. By putting together uninterrupted individual moments, the resulting image as a whole will appear to be something different from what actually exists. With regard to these two viewpoints, a connection can be made to a human being’s perception of presence in life.” – Shinichi Maruyama
Polly Borland (born 1959) is an Australian photographer now living in England. She is known both for her portraits of famous Australians and for several series of stylized portraits.
Creative photo series by Gem Fletcher – an award winning Art Director collaborating with Photographers across the world. Click here for the link.
Robin Germany (BA Tulane, Philosophy, MFA University of North Texas) was born in Houston, Texas and grew up further south in the small town of Friendswood, Texas. She has taught photography at Texas Tech University in Lubbock Texas since 1996. Through the lens of philosophy, Germany makes photographs that inquire into the nature of being human and the humanness of nature. Her most recent artworks are an exploration of the waters in Texas as a border between the human and natural worlds. Her work has been exhibited at the Society for Contemporary Photography in Kansas City MO; at the New York Hall of Science; in Buffalo, New York at Hallwalls, and at the Art Museum of South Texas in Corpus Christie Texas. She has photographs in the Collections of the Center for Photography Woodstock, The Boise Art Museum and the Center for Creative Photography in Tucson, Arizona.
“Eye Heart Spleen is a body of work by English artist Camila Carlow. 13 photographs representing human organs sculpted out of wild plants and weeds foraged in Bristol. The plants were collected and assembled early in the day, so as to photograph them in the best possible light, and to keep them from wilting. This work invites the viewer to regard our vital structures as beautiful living organisms, and to contemplate the miraculous work taking place inside our bodies, even in this very moment.”
‘ Hello Beautiful is a photo series that’s part of The six week Beauty Project that was launched by Selfridges at the start of May. Images of these real-life models were captured by Norbert Shoerner, a German photographer and filmmaker, and these images will be used as part of promotions for The Beauty Project campaign, which will run until June 12th.’