Feature on Tristezza Tristezzová

Tristezza Tristezzová, from Bratislava, Slovakia, is a young photographer who creates erotic and surrealist photography. Tristezzová seamlessly uses photo manipulation in her photographs, as most of her images are self-portraits, often with multiple poses of the same figure. I love figurative photography, mix that with … Continue readingFeature on Tristezza Tristezzová

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Feature on Pakayla Biehn

Pakayla Biehn is a multidisciplinary artist based out of San Francisco. Featured here are a selection of oil paintings from her “Double Exposure” series. Biehn used a variety of photographs as references for this body of work; some are from single exposure shots from photographer and friend Jeff Enlow, which … Continue readingFeature on Pakayla Biehn

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Dark City

Featured here is some more of my point and shoot digital photography. All these shots were taken during the winter in Montreal, but not all in the same year. The photos are mostly of my neighborhood in the Plateau Mont Royal and the Mile End. I believe … Continue readingDark City

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Feature on Andre De Dienes

Andre De Dienes is probably best known for his extensive photographic studies of Marilyn Manroe. I am not a very big fan of the sensastionalism and worship of this beauty icon, but De Dienes captured Marilyn at the young age of 19, pre sensational glamour. … Continue readingFeature on Andre De Dienes

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Feature on Bill Durgin

At first glance, the photography of Bill Durgin appears to be photo manipulations, but to assume that would be wrong. It’s astonishing to find that these images are of real people, contorting their bodies and photographed at the right angel to appear to be decapitated or … Continue readingFeature on Bill Durgin

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Old and Beautiful

These shots go a few years back to when I was living in Vancouver. Flowers are not really something I really photograph or paint, but that day in the Pacific Northwest, the warm sunlight was beaming in through the window, hitting these drying lilies so … Continue readingOld and Beautiful

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more photos

I’ve been getting anxious and a little existential, probably because I haven’t painted in a few weeks. After the holidays I took on some organizing then to writing a proposal for a three month residency in Paris. I’m just about done all the paper work … Continue readingmore photos

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more of my photography

Here’s another selection of some of my photography. These shots are taken through the dirty windows of my studio, and one from a building in Westmount in Montreal. Again, these are just from a point and shoot, but I was able to get the focus … Continue readingmore of my photography

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Feature on Spencer Tunick

Herding massive groups of naked people for art; that’s one of the great feats that Spencer Tunick pulls off. His live people installations are very impressive. It boggles my mind how he was able to shut down NYC’s Central Station to get a bunch of … Continue readingFeature on Spencer Tunick

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Feature on Steve McCurry

This morning I thought that it would be nice to be taken to another land, far, far away. I came across some beautiful images from Steve McCurry on My Modern Met and my imagination was sparked. The best part about these fairytale lands is that … Continue readingFeature on Steve McCurry

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Feature on Suren Manvelyan

Suren Manvelyan, an Armenian photographer, really hit the mark with this series of photographs. The close up look at the human eye is both beautiful and grotesque. Before seeing these pictures, which I came across on Photography Served, another great project from the people at … Continue readingFeature on Suren Manvelyan

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Feature on Neil Krug

Neil Krug has been on my mind for the past few months. I kept a tab open in my browser of his website for about a month, just so I can keep browsing his images. I adore the colours and the treatment to his film. … Continue readingFeature on Neil Krug

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