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Susanne Middelberg | Cover | Susanne specializes in portrait and theater- dance photography. Susanne had a solo exhibition with her Wonderwomanserie at Soho Photo gallery, New York and she exposed her portraits in Boston at the Fence. Her work was also exhibited a.o. at Deelen Art in Rotterdam, Reflex Modern Art Gallery in Amsterdam, Smelijken Stokking and gallery Hollandsche Maagd in Gouda and galerie Fontana Fortuna in Amsterdam.
Pauline Petit | Hat Heads | Pauline Petit, hailing from Normandy, France, has garnered attention for melding photography with illustration and painting, crafting distinct portraits. Beginning her career by writing and illustrating children’s books, she now stands as a comprehensive artist, shining in contemporary photography with a bright future in the arts ahead.
Paul Clarke | At home in the forest… | Paul Clarke (born in 1959) is a landscape photographer and award-winning graphic designer and art director now
based in Southern, England. Self-taught, inspired by a handful of contemporary Dutch and German woodland photographers after leaving London in 2010 for the Surrey Hills bordering the counties of West Sussex and Hampshire.
Peter Vandermeersch | Street Portraits | Peter Vandermeersch (1961) is a Belgian journalist and newspaper editor who lived and worked in Brussels, Paris, New York and Amsterdam. Currently he is working in Dublin and Belfast. After obtaining his masters degree in history at the university of Ghent (Belgium) Vandermeersch joined the newspaper De Standaard in Brussels.
Ian Pettigrew | (Hand) Made in Hamilton | He’s an Art Director who happens to take photos. Or some might say viceversa. Over 25 years as an Art Director makes the diff erence in his work. He’s always believed one can learn technical skills as a photographer, but having a keen eye is what truly counts. Th at’s what instills the work with soul and meaning.
Marina Marinkovic | Menopink | Marina Marinkovic is a Dutch photographer and part time MD. Photography is a way of telling stories for Marina. She spend her twenties and thirties working as an ocular oncologist before training as a photographer in her forties at the applied photography department of the Fotoacademie Amsterdam. Currently she pursues a career as a photographer whilst continuing working part time in medicine.