' Lisa Sorgini is a photographer from Melbourne, Australia. Born in Adelaide and raised on a farm on the NSW North Coast, she has since lived in Sydney and Brisbane before finally settling in her hometown of Melbourne.
Her work resembles an ongoing dialogue with narrative and documentary style photography and an endless fascination with the contingent beauty of unrehearsed moments’
Izaak Schlossman: b. 1987 SF Bay Area, l/w in Philadelphia.
"My photographs reduce the built environment to its individual functioning visual elements in order to reveal the confluences of the systems that dictate human spaces. Design and decay often produce the same effects, and incidental actions can take on the appearance of an aesthetic. To me this speaks to the complex and recursive nature of things on all scales. I’ve been chasing these ideas around the country since 2009."
Bio : Graduated a Master degree in International Relations. Always trying to bind two essentials things : on one hand my passion for the Images, and on the other hand the need to discover and understand other realities…
'My name is Milica Stefanovic and I am from Belgrade, Serbia. Currently I am continuing my studies as a painter at the Faculty of Fine Arts also in Belgrade. Apart from painting I also express myself through the medium such as photography.'
When we are young, we want to be adventurous, we want to explore the world, see new places, try to live differently for once and be far from our home. Still, we’ll always be attached to this our home, regardless of it being a place, a feeling or a person. The series COUNTRY ROADS tells a story about Georgian youth, their desire to leave the country for some time, but always knowing that they want and will return to Mother Georgia. Some day. And it shows the rawness and the beauty of this country, in it’s landscape and in it’s future.
I was born in Ploiesti, Romania in 1985 and came to Germany 1991, where i grew up in Augsburg. This year I interned at Milk Studios and Creative Exchange Agency in New York. I’m studying photography since 2006 at the University of Applied Sciences Bielefeld, Faculty of Art and Design and I’m currently working on my diploma project.
“My personal projects investigated the use of photography as a tool for introspection, and I use my own context to try different concepts. For some time my artistic creation has focused on the photographic diary. The working method was always the same: take a camera at all times and photograph everything that somehow touched me.”
"This is a selection of photographs made on a road trip from New York to San Francisco. Traveling four thousand, eight hundred and twenty-four miles through thirteen states in seventeen days I endeavoured to capture ethereal subtleties within the vast scale and contrast of American society and geography."
Owen has an upcoming 16-page zine entitled ‘Thirteen States, Seventeen Days’ containing further photographs from the trip, available first at the Plymouth Photobook Fair on 26th November, and then on his website shortly after.
Bruno Bernardi was born in Bahia Blanca, Argentina in 1982 and still currently lives there. He became interested in photography because of his father, and started taking photos seriously around 6 years ago.
His work is based in images where lights and shadows mix in nature and everyday life.
"I’ve compiled here a handful of my personal work, with five scenes from travels I’ve made, followed by four from close to home. Perhaps the balance tipping in favour of travelling comes from a very Soth inspired desire to escape from everything. This is also probably why I haven’t put in any of my fashion or commercial work. Right now, although I can’t say how long it will last. I’m driven by the outdoors, open but quiet spaces and the romantic idea of a self sufficient but adventurous lifestyle."