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Exploring the relationship between form and substance: Omar Sartor’s interior photography

Omar Sartor is an Italian photographer and director specializing in interior design, architecture and fashion. His work is linked to some of the highest ranking design brands and publications, and his style exudes timeless elegance and cinematic beauty.   I’m Omar, a photographer working at the intersection of shape, color and substance. When photographing, I move around like a dowser, looking for the essence of a place and a way to communicate it visually. I started as a landscape photographer and think I’ll always be one. However, looking back, I can’t find a specific moment when I decided to become a photographer. I’ve always loved travelling and I’m fascinated in particular by rough landscapes born out of challenging climates, such as Alaska, Iceland, the volcanic islands of Hawaii, Lanzarote, Stromboli. I often travel to such places to immerse myself in the space and the inhabitants’ way of life, observing how people and landscape communicate and influence each other. I think I naturally floated towards interior and architecture photography because of this interest in connecting with …

Neil White tells stories of food from farm to table

Neil White is a food and lifestyle photographer who lives with his family in the beautiful county of Somerset, South West England. He puts his love for nature, food and crafts in all the work he does, telling the stories of passionate people who bring flavor into our lives.   Growing up, I wanted to become an archaeologist or a photographer. The thought of long hours on my knees in a muddy trench made the first option slightly less appealing and, in the end, I went with photography. When I was starting out, I assisted fashion photographers for a few years. That made me realize I wasn’t really cut out to be a fashion photographer, but I took advantage of the studio to work on my own projects. I eventually made the jump and moved to London to work as an in-house photographer at a design studio for a large retailer. At 23, this was a complete baptism of fire. It taught me some good lessons and some pretty hard lessons. From this point I …