Chatting Directory


Chatting with Dagmar Van Weeghel

Dagmar Van Weeghel – Photographer, filmmaker, philanthropist, loves nature & conservation, based in the Netherlands Studied film & photography in Amsterdam at Netherlands Film Academy, graduating in 1998. Currently at the Amsterdam Photo Academy.


Chatting with Sophie Gamand

Sophie Gamand is a French award-winning photographer living and working in New York City. Since 2010, she has been focusing on dogs and our relationship with them.


Chatting with Meryl Meisler

I am an emerging photographic based artist. After a career teaching art fulltime in the NYC public schools for over 3 decades, I am focusing on editing, exhibiting and publishing my tremendous archive as a series of photographic memoirs.

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Chatting with Alva Bernadine

My photographs start with a strong central “event” then comes location and colour. They contain surrealism, the unusual and the quirky. I use eroticism and frequently narrative elements to that lead the viewer to conjecture what may have happened before or after the frame was taken.


Chatting with Romeo

When a photo contains in itself elements that touch the consciousness or the imagination of the viewer, that image will become memorable for them.

Jan M+©ller Hansen

Chatting with Jan Møller Hansen

I have always liked photographing. It came with my desire to travel and explore the world. When I came back from my first backpacking trip around Asia in 1985 my bag was full of exposed film rolls. I have always photographed when I travelled around.


Chatting with Tamara Knight

I have always wanted to be a painter. When I was a kid my school art teacher told me that I need to study art to become an artist. I never did but always wanted to.


Chatting with Nico Chiapperini

When I was eight years old, I took some pictures of fake dinosaurs with my father’s camera, during a school trip. I used two rolls of film and later my dad complained about the waste of money.

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Chatting with Matteo Sigolo

It was funny, actually; I woke up one morning, about five years ago – I couldn’t remember what I had been dreaming, I only knew I had to learn photography, for some reason.


Chatting with George Digalakis

The process of taking photos was always a great pleasure for me. When I’m out shooting, I feel relaxed and I would say it calms me and fills me with energy.


Chatting with Andrzej Maciejewski

I was born and raised in Poland. I also went to photography schools there and in Czech Republic. I moved to Canada when I was 26 and have lived here ever since. While I lived in Toronto I worked for about 10 years as a commercial photographer specializing in architecture.