A freelance photographer, photojournalist, and journalist. I love to tell stories, with pictures as well as with words. In my documentary research, I focus on social and environmental issues, the outskirts, and the underground. Currently, I am based between Brussels, where I also cover the news of the European institutions, and Italy.
A Bulgarian multi-disciplinary artist and curator based in Portsmouth, England. Her practice is informed by the study of migration, cultural and national identity, history and collective memory. Her work begins autobiographically, tracing family narratives and shared traumas.
An independent and self-taught photographer, a Swiss of Iranian origin, a young father and in his thirties. Also a lawyer with a PhD in Law.
Is a working class artist and curator, originally from Manchester, UK. Melanie is now based in Ramsgate, Kent, UK. She is co-Director of super/collider, Lumen Studios and founder of the London Alternative Photography Collective. She is currently Artist In Residence at the School of Metallurgy and Materials at The University of Birmingham, from Feb 2021 to June 2022.
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Stefanos Kouratzis (b. 1975, Athens, Greece) is an award-winning multidisciplinary photographer living and working in (The Republic of) Cyprus since 2000. He studies in 1994 (till 1997) at Focus, School of Art Photography, Video and New Technologies (Athens, Greece) and years later, he takes online courses at MoMA (Museum of Modern Art, New York) and Magnum Photos. In 2018, he participated at the 16th Venice Biennale of Architecture, part of the Cyprus Pavilion (I Am Where You Are) with three photographic projects. In 2021, he was invited by the curatorial team of the first retrospective exhibition for Stavros Economou work, one of the most prominent figures of modern architecture in Cyprus, “Past-forward: Stavros Economou Unarchived” exhibition to contribute with a series of photos at “SPEL”, The State Gallery of Modern & Contemporary Cypriot Art, Nicosia. Selected awards include PDN (Photo Annual), IPA (International Photography Awards), PX3 (Prix de la Photographie, Paris) and Fujifilm EuroPress Awards (Cyprus). Over the years has collaborated with international media organizations including AFP, Reuters, Associated Press, Xinhua, France24, Arte (France) and BBC Radio. His photos are in books, including Press and Information Office’s publications (Republic of Cyprus) and in private collections in Cyprus, Greece, Spain and Brazil. His articles (on Photography and Journalistic) have been published in Cyprus, Greece, USA, England and Poland. He is a full member of the Union of Cyprus Journalists, of IFJ (International Federation of Journalists) and member of the Performance Evaluation Committee of the THYMELI Scheme (EAP) of THOC (Cyprus Theatre Organisation).
A French photographer based in Berlin. Born and raised in Perpignan in the South of France, she moved to Berlin in July 2017 and started discovering the role electronic and techno music played within the party scene in Berlin and has decided to take photographs in front of clubs.
A documentary and portrait photographer based in the East of England. His work gravitates around his autoethnography on British culture/subculture, personal identities, and the relationships we form with different aspects of our lives.