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Ewa Cwikla | Cover | Ewa Cwikla (1961) is Polish by birth, but has lived and worked in the Netherlands for decades. Her first experiences with photography go back to Poland when she was 15 years old. At home she found an old Zenith camera with which she experimented to her heart’s content at the after-school photo club of her secondary school and slowly but surely developed her own view of photography. r. Ewa develops as a distinctive photographer, but the retail trade falters. Reason enough for her to sell her photo specialty store in 2015 and to focus on photography from that moment on. She sets up a complete photo studio at home and from that moment on, fills her days with assignments, workshops and making free work.
Urs Bigler | Saltville | As a child, I spent many happy hours with my father in his commercial photography studio. We enjoyed each other’s company and the magical process of photography. With such a childhood, it is not surprising that I decided to become a photographer. I began my professional training in Bern at the age
of 16 and continued my studies in London and Paris. I see photography as a great way to study the way human beings interact with nature and architecture. How we exist as bodies in these spaces is a source of inspiration in my process. Working on a commercial or an artistic project, the fascination with this fundamentally human way of seeing informs my work. An architectural commission and a personal project, such as making portraits of people in the American South, provide an opportunity for discovery.
Graeme Purdy | Portraits from the wilderness | Born and raised in Northern Ireland, my photography has been inspired by nature, wild animals and my love of the outdoors. More recently, I am driven to help protect our wildlife and wild places – driven to make images that connect viewers with nature, understand them and become inclined to take action. I feel my best work is achieved by going the extra mile, looking at wildlife from a different perspective and not following the crowd. My photography has matured over the years and gone are the days of impromptu shooting taking thousands of images in a single day. I have become much more deliberate and focused on making different images. It is a hard road to follow, missing many good shots in the pursuit of the image I have planned.
Daniele Constantini | Still Life | Daniela Constantini is a Mexican photographer living in Bern, Switzerland. She graduated Visual Journalism and Documentary Practice program at the International Center of Photography in New York. Her long-term project Days of Silence won Rita K. Hillman Excellence Award. She has been working as a freelance photographer since graduation, focusing on Portraiture, Still Life, and Lifestyle. She has also been the Art Director, Stylist, and Photographer on several projects. Her portraiture and still life work was selected among the 50 best in Swiss photography and exhibited at Olten Photography Festival in Switzerland. Her series of women won Feature Shoot Emerging Photography Awards, 2021, and exhibited her work in Paris and Berlin.
Fenqiang Liu | Secret Garden | Fenqiang Liu began studying drawing while attending middle school in China. During college, he took an interest in photography. After finishing his BA degree in Chinese literature, Fenqiang worked as a cameraman for geographic educational videos. He later came to the United States to obtain his MFA in Cinema and Photography at Southern Illinois University. After graduation, Fenqiang worked as a computer animator and motion graphic designer. He and his wife later opened a business that provides behavior analysis services for children with autism. In recent years, Fenqiang has been devoting his time to wildlife and nature photography. While capturing the beautiful moments of wildlife, he also includes their living environment in the picture and uses the surrounding natural scenery to help him achieve better composition.
Bootsy Holler | Without Words | Bootsy Holler is an artist living in Los Angeles, California she is best known for her work as a portraitist, beginning with intimate depictions of herself and her friends at the center of Seattle’s pivotal music scene during the early 1990s. These formative years working both ends of the lens cemented her style and methodology. Her personal journalistic approach informed her work as she segued into a successful commercial and editorial practice while at the same time always creating art. Holler has been a working photographer and artist for 27 years. Her art revolves around family, memory, environmentalism, emotions, eco-feminism, and giving feeling to the inanimate. Holler has been recognized by the Society of Photographic Journalism, her series Visitor was selected for Critical Mass Top 50, and her images have appeared in numerous publications like VOGUE, House & Garden, NPR, Photo District News, LENSCRATCH, Don’t Take Pictures, All About Photo Magazine and Chinese Photographer Magazine.