When quarantine first started, I was so excited to have all this free time to explore new hobbies. I began playing with paints, baking and I picked up my little digital camera and started taking photos of the things around me. I felt so inspired by the constantly changing light and shadows in my little … Continue reading Photos From Quarantine
Where were you when everything stopped? Where were you when the planes were grounded, shops and restaurants closed and life was put on hold? It’s been a strange few months. Probably the strangest the majority of us have ever experienced. Life, for so many, had to pause. Time stood still. Just for a few weeks … Continue reading Life During Lockdown
Cities are full of abandoned things. You can find them propped against fences, stuffed away just out of sight, laying in the gutter. There is a sadness about things that have been abandoned. At some point they had a purpose and, if they were lucky, they were good at what they were supposed to … Continue reading Abandoned.
I wonder who he sees when he looks out at me? Does he see a lost child or divinity staring through me? Seen he has, many a night and many a days, Until all his years hath fade. His wrinkled brow and hair silvery white, Reminding of a life just passing by. Hither and … Continue reading A Timeless Glance
The music industry is still very tilted towards men, and photographing powerful women onstage is my way of honoring them.
The forest is as invigorating as the mountains empowering. But to be with the ocean, is the greatest healer. To sit and watch the dance of the sea; deep, elemental and free. Is it the breathtaking openness? Or the awe of the boundless power. The yawn of the ocean as it opens its mouth to … Continue reading Laura Karimloo
Your inner calm your true nature, exposed through the cracks. Warmth that melts, a simple breath of fresh air to remind you what you're doing here. Vast nothing complete, whole, giving back what you once stole. Taking risks, opening up, neither half full or empty cup Stop searching, reel it … Continue reading calm
Experiencing extended sadness is new to me. I’m normally optimistic and easy-going. right now though, grief has wrapped its numb, dull body around me. This collection of images are an attempt at communicating how grief feels. The photos are taken between 2015 – 2017, between Berlin, Portugal and Italy. There is a layer between my … Continue reading Georgia Ginnivan
- Yvie Ratzmann
The human being is fundamentally alone, he can not escape this truth. We try to flee this thought by building relationships with other human beings, we disappear within the other to distract us from ourselves. But our solitude is unavoidable and when that relationship falls apart, we fall apart. The fatality of death and loneliness … Continue reading FRAGMENTS