October 26, 2014 | Author: Jo David

Kirsten Miccoli

Kirsten Miccoli started showing interest in the arts at a very young age. As a girl she would play with her parent’s 35mm camera, taking elaborately constructed self-portraits and exploring the world around her. She fell in love photography and it’s ability to both capture and create moments. In 2010, Kirsten graduated with her BFA from Columbia College Chicago.
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June 8, 2014 | Author: Jo David

Instincts of Trust: Derrick Ryan Claude Mitchell

3. Death
Setting the conversation’s mood, Mitchell talks about decline, about the US as a dying empire. Decay can be seen as a phase of a specific variant of strength through focus, in which time seemingly slows down, enabling a gaze towards past action’s consequences.
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February 17, 2014 | Author: miroir

Rachel Kerby couture photoshoot with Nina Pak

It’s always a pleasure to shoot with Nina because it’s a very inspiring process, and I can see myself grow as an artist. I still remember the first few times we shot together, I would stay up all night to plan looks in my head and look at different photos online to get ideas. I know I have grown because in the more recent shoots with Nina I can plan as I go and get inspired while at the shoot.— Rachel Kerby

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February 9, 2014 | Author: Jo David

A Love Affair – Stefania Airo’

After a love is over, if she could look back she would realize to have ignored painful and uncomfortable truths about her love story, which Was going to end. Silence and discontent were signals of changes but she felt so anxious that she preferred to ignore them. Therefore… when tentions explode, when hidden and painful truths emerge, people feel surprised. Being aware of the causes of a love end, makes defeats less painful and new starts more conscious.

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February 8, 2014 | Author: webSman

A Conversation with Paul Rivera by Alisa Solovyeva

When I first visited paulifornia.com, I immediately fell in love with its cool, hip and unpretentious vibe. Paulifornia’s blog features recently completed projects. Individually they are impressive, but collectively, they embody one man’s deep and lifelong passion for media, arts and music. That man is Paul Rivera, and try as I did, I could not find this photographer’s photograph on the website. I wondered if perhaps he was shy, preferring to view life from behind the camera. I quickly found out otherwise. more » “A Conversation with Paul Rivera by Alisa Solovyeva”