Photography has always been my passion, and two years ago I decided to chase my dream about photography and learn in a more professional way what I was doing as an amateur photographer. Catching a glimpse, a gesture, and the perfect moment are my interests in portraits, human behavior and documentary photography.
Throughout my degree course I have learned how to control the camera and how to use it to express my feelings.
I have been living in London for four years and the distance between my family and me led me decide to have them in my pictures for the 'Staged Narrative' module. This project is about absence, discomfort, the decisions that a family member takes, and how that decision inevitably reflects onto the whole family. Starting from old pictures of my childhood, I created new memories. The project's title is "The Painting is Me", inspired by a difficult situation between my father and me.
— Daniele Pintore
Backhaus takes photographs of left-behind objects and rooms devoid of people, lending significance to things usually cleared away or overlooked. Although What Still Remainsshows no people, each image is alive with the lingering energy of those who have left the scene as it is.
Contemporary British seascapes and a fascinating photographic record of the country’s remaining pleasure piers, an homage to these monuments of Victorian engineering and eccentricity.
’s luscious photos inside nuclear power plants, coal-fired power stations, storage facilities for nuclear waste and other energy systems seem like the sets of science-fiction films. Strange worlds emanating a cool logic — these are cathedrals of industry, hidden temples of an energy-guzzling society.
Aging single-screen cinema theaters of Bombay are lovingly documented by.