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Sara Camporesi | Cover | A photographer passionate about art, for a long time she has combined this interest with the spontaneity of visual storytelling, conceived not only as a classic account of experiences but as a combination of personal and creative shots conveys the secret appeal of urban places and museums, revealed through images and words like a “photographer narrator”.She earned a IED Master degree in arts management, educational programs and digital communication for cultural institutions in Florence. For the last few years has been involved in photographic exhibitions for other creatives and image education labs for adults and children. She is currently involved in promotional activities for public and private institutions, to enhance the artistic, museal and tourist excellence of the territory.
Alain Schroeder | May Thai Kids | Belgian photojournalist Alain Schroeder (b. 1955) has been working in the industry for over four decades. First as a sports pho- tographer in the 80s, then shoot- ing book assignments and editori- al pieces in art, culture and human stories. In 2013, he uprooted his life, trading-in his shares in Reporters, to pursue life on the road with a camera. Schroeder now travels the world shooting stories focusing on social issues, people and their en- vironment. «I am not a single shot photographer. I think in series,» he says adding, «I strive to tell a story in 10-15 pictures, capturing the es- sence of an instant with a sense of light and framing.» He has won many international awards including Nikon Japan, Nikon Belgium, TPOTY, Istanbul Photo, Days Japan, Trieste Photo, PX3, IPA, MIFA, BIFA, PDN, the Fence, Dodho, Lens Culture, Si- ena, POYI and World Press Photo.
Susanne Middelberg | Daylight | Susanne is a professional dancer, photographer and actress. She com- pleted her dance education at the Ho- geschool voor de Kunsten in Arnhem (now Artez). After that she studied photography at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague, where she graduated in 1998. Susan- ne specializes in portrait photogra- phy, theater and dance photography. For her photography Susanne has received over 30 national and inter- national awards including the Canon Master, 1st Place International Pho- tography Awards and several awards at Px3. She exhibited at Soho Photo Gallery, New York with her Wonder Woman series. Susanne exposed her portraits at the Fence in Boston. In 2021 her work was exhibited at the HeadOn Photo Festival on Sydney’s Bondi Beach and at the Photo Festival in Pelt. She has also exhibited at Deelen Art in Rotterdam, Reflex Modern Art Gallery in Amsterdam, Smelijk en Stokking and the Hollandsche Maagd Gallery in Gouda and Fontana Fortu- na Gallery in Amsterdam.
France Leclerc | Tribal dances | France Leclerc, born in Québec, Canada, is an independent pho- tographer who currently lives in Chicago. Her early career was in academia, but her true passion for documentary and street photography has now taken over. Among her most prominent themes are culture (especially vanishing ones), gender, and social inequality. She has been traveling around the world documenting people’s lives in diverse settings, often in out-of-the-way places. She often describes her work simply as “life photography” as her focus is always on people.
Ann Prochilo | This is water | Ann Prochilo (American, b. 1958) is a photographic artist ba- sed in Malta. Her narrative-driven photographs explore belon- ging, memory, and change. Born into a large family in Port Jefferson, New York, Prochilo is the chronological middle-child of six. Her vision and voice are shaped by a boisterous hierarchy of birth order and gender, musical theatre and public service. She splits her time between San Francisco and Malta with her fiancé. Prochilo received a BA from Indiana University where she pur- sued dual interests in fine arts and medicine. She has had a wi- de-ranging career as midwife, AIDS activist and founder of an advocacy relations agency. After 15 years facilitating producti- ve relationships between patient advocates and pharmaceutical companies, she returned to full-time arts practice. Prochilo’s work has been exhibited in the United States and Eu- rope. Besides This is Water, she is working on two other pro- jects: Leaving Home, an artist book about an empty house, be- longing and the indelible watermark of family; and Barumbara, an ongoing chronicle in these precarious times of pandemic, polemics and war. It explores how, when inundated, we may thrive or rebel or turn inward, protective and feral.
Thomas jerusalem | A Virtual Summer | Thomas H.P. Jerusalem of MUTE Pho- tography is a German Fashion Photog- rapher based in Chicago, IL USA. Ger- man native and after living and working in Frankfurt, Germany and London, UK he re-located to Chicago in 2004. Thomas H.P. Jerusalem is specialized in fashion and conceptual photography with a focus on editorial and commer- cial work. His work has been published in the US and in international maga- zines including VOGUE Portugal, Ital- ian VOGUE/PhotoVogue, L’OFFICIEL, PLAYBOY, FHM, ESTETICA, Dark Beauty, DODHO, Kaltblut. He is rep- resented by the prestigious New York agency Art+Commerce/VOGUE NYC and Motion Licensing, London UK and gallery represented with YEL- LOWKORNER and LemonFRAME. Thomas H.P. Jerusalem’s childhood during the Cold War in West Germany and his father’s over-sized 1960’s Photo Academy books from the ‘Famous Pho- tographers School, Westport, Connecti- cut’ by Irving Penn, Bert Stern and oth- ers influenced his style that emphasizes atmosphere and strong narrative.