I get to chat with Nadya Kwandibens about a well known personal project of hers, Concrete Indians. We also chat about how her company Red Works has developed in the past 10 years to what it is now, the work she is doing centred on indigenous matters, and the very valuable lesson that photography has taught her over the years. I found this conversation to be educational and illuminating. So much so that it went overtime by quite a bit. I will be posting the full interview here within the week. So stay tuned for that, and in the meantime listen to the radio edit here.
Liz Cooper's work is full of emotion and the feeling of being in the moment. In addition to her family and wedding work, she keeps busy by collaborating with other artists on personal projects, workshops and somehow still leaves room for experimentation. Check out her work here.
Check out our chat down below.
I would describe Viara's work as crooked, imperfect, out of focus at times, and never posed. Don't get me wrong though, these are the very characteristics that make her work incredibly personal as she immerses you in the moment and reveals the quintessential elements, emotions & day to day moments that make her subjects who they are. Check out Viara's work here.
And check out my interview with Viara here.