Month: April 2020

Beth Evans sees the wonder in all things

Beth Evans is a photographer of still life, food, interiors, travel and other wonderful things. Her images are painterly, playing with light and colors in artful ways, and blending disciplines to showcase with the same strength the tangible objects at the center of her compositions and the abstract emotions her interpretations emanate.   Art and design have always been present in my life through my family, but I fell into photography almost by accident. I decided to become a photographer because I loved the freedom that came with this line of work. I really enjoy the opportunity of seeing things from many different perspectives, and the access that photography gives me to so many different creative areas, ideas, people and places. There are few professions that can offer such diversity.     Back in my 20s I took a few different classes to try and find a vocation. Photography was one of them, and I loved it so much that I decided to study it further at the University of Westminster. During university I started …

Andrew Vukosav’s visions of the Australian landscape

Recently, our Australian partner C.R.Kennedy had a chat with commercial and fine art photographer Andrew Vukosav about his work, his workflow and his latest aerial project “Longitude / Latitude / Solitude” exhibited at the Australian Embassy in Paris. You can watch their talk and read more about it below.     An important thing to know about Andrew before getting into his photography is that he’s also a passionate pilot. When he’s not shooting on a fashion set, he’s usually flying his Cessna 182, which he lovingly calls Valerie, above the Australian landscape, ever marvelling at its beauty and trying to capture it with his Phase One. In fact, the “Longitude / Latitude / Solitude” project was inspired by the expansive views that stuck with Andrew whenever he flew his plane, along with the style of Australian indigenous paintings depicting landscapes from above, as if through visions seen while dreaming or astral traveling.     Initially, Andrew tried to shoot handheld while flying his aircraft, but he soon realized he couldn’t do both at the …