Photography

Photographic Exhibition: Ashley Maile

To honour Ashley Maile’s absolute talent and love of the world he lived, loved and created in, his partner Caroline has curated an exhibition of Ashley’s outstanding work in 15 Batemen Street, London (12-22 June)

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Mike Watt – On and Off Bass

Mike Watt’s photos are the poetry of San Pedro…every time he goes out on that kayak he comes back with gold. These gorgeous images paired with the raw reflections of 3 decades on the road are sure to blow the minds of all who love punk rock and our beloved vision questing troubadour. – Jack Black

The Elliots: Desolate (L'Étranger)

The Elliots are from Gothenburg in Sweden, I discovered them as this video was directed by one of my fav photographers Anders Lönnfeldt, and if fits beautifully with the song.

Tech Review: Samsung NX200 Camera

I’m not what you might call a ‘technical’ photographer, I don’t like to get bogged down in the numbers aspect of photography, and my favourite thing about digital cameras is their ability to keep experimenting ‘on the fly’, until something you are really happy with.

Marilyn @Getty Images, London

To commemorate 50 years since Marilyn Monroe tragically died Getty Images in association with David Gainsborough Roberts are displaying iconic images alongside original dresses and costumes worn by Marilyn at their gallery in central London.

Neil Craver – Underwater Love

Neil Craver’s underwater photography has a strange haunting quality, it brings to mind beauty, angels, death, love and life. It is both unsettling and compelling, I really like it.

Polly Braden – A Decade in China

Polly Braden’s pictures are an intimate glimpse of people living and working in a country balancing between change and tradition. I love them because apart from being beautifully photographed, they are a revealing study on contemporary Chinese culture.

Isaac Torres: Kolor Blind

Isaac Torres is a fantastic photographer based in Chicago. I love his natural style, they’re like stills from the hippest underground movie that’s never been made.

Liquid Dreams – Jennifer Lehman

I stumbled across Jennifer Lehman’s pictures the other day and really liked them. I thought it would be good to find out a bit more about them and her methods. So I did. And here it is.