When the British photographer met musician Aya in Tokyo the pair bonded immediately. “Even though our time together was brief, they remain some of my favourite photos I’ve taken” says Francesca Allen of this first encounter in 2016. Two years later, these first photographs have informed a longer and more intimate project. Francesca Allen’s new book, ‘Aya’Continue reading “Interview with Francesca Allen, Twin”
Published on Culture Trip, June 2018.
Olivia Bee started taking pictures in her early teens, one of those rare precocious talents who already had the basics nailed before most of us had figured out how to make our lava lamps work. And when I say basics, I mean being commissioned to shoot commercials for Nike and Converse by the time she was 17…Continue reading “Oliva Bee’s new bohemia”
In a new release from Taschen, Melbourne-born June Newton is rightly celebrated for her unique canon of work. The book coincides with a major retrospective at The Helmut Newton foundation in Berlin, previously shown at the Maison Européenne de la Photographie in Paris. In honour of the photographer, The Culture Trip surveys her compelling portraits of life in 1980’sContinue reading “Celebrating The Work Of Alice Springs: Helmut Newton’s Better Half”
20.06.2016 | TWIN Mayan Toledano is a photographer and co-founder of Me and You, an online platform that celebrates friendship, feminism and girlhood, run with her BFF Julia Baylis. As a photographer she creates images that are playful and poignant. They invite viewers to enter into private spaces with her subjects – bedrooms, bathrooms – not asContinue reading “INTERVIEW WITH MAYAN TOLEDANO”
MARK STEINMETZ: AN UNFORCED NARRATIVE 10.05.2016 His subject is one that has been much documented across the arts, but photographer Mark Steinmetz lends a unique eye to the chronicles of contemporary American life. Whether capturing everyday happenings within a Cleveland school or the natural environment of Sandy Creek, the photographer’s ability to imbue images withContinue reading “MARK STEINMETZ: AN UNFORCED NARRATIVE”
Intimate, considered and subtle, Emma Tillman’s photographs have had us captivated long before her husband (singer Father John Misty) stepped into the limelight. And whilst she may have earned thousands of new fans after the success of his second album I love you Honeybear, in which she is the proclaimed muse and inspiration for hisContinue reading “Looking for a feeling with Emma Tillman”