Interview Rob Hornstra
Life is unfortunately too short to fulfil all ideas. So I am in a hurry.
Interview Marije Kuiper
By showing some of the environment I give the viewer space to make up their own story around the one that has been portrayed.
Interview Noémie Stegmüller
It’s very difficult to pinpoint my influences.
Interview Lisa Van Damme
I love that it gives me the possibility to go to places where I normally never would go.
Interview Pascal Fellonneau
A subtle combination of pleasure and pain.
Interview Wouter Van de Voorde
It’s mind-blowing how humans shape the physical world.
Interview Andrew Jensen
Photography is a constant challenge to find something unique and beautiful in the world.
Interview Nina Hove
For me photography is about collecting and capture moments in life that I want to remember.
Interview Sarah Hermans
I’m not easily inspired by outside factors.
Interview Kensington Leverne
It’s the ability to show people how silly things really are.
Interview Robert Schlaug
Even our thoughts and our imagination constantly finds its limits.
Interview Aleksey Kondratyev
Photography to me is a way to show existing things in a different way than they might be physically or consciously perceived by visually studying a subject.
Interview Joe Dixey
My biggest inspiration is my curiousity and wanderlust.
Interview Zhang Kechun
Photography can be a kind of dialogue between me and the outside world.
Interview Caroline Thienpont
Through photography I am able to see the world from another perspective.
“We are influenced by Pop Art, Surrealism, Objet Trouve, advertising, material culture, the system and order of things and alcohol.”
Interview Emil Hartvig
Each photograph is a personal document.
Interview Noortje Schmit
It’s a way to show other people my world without having to explain it in words.
Interview Laurel Golio
“A lot of these youth, regardless of what they’ve been through, have a really positive outlook on life and are very proud of who they are.”