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Interview with photographer Erika Morillo

Erika Morillo is a freelance artist and educator based in New York City, who was born and raised in the Dominican Republic. She uses photography as a way to explore and understand her family dynamics and the social environment she inhabits. Her work focuses on the issues of family, the finding of identity, and exploring
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Interview with photographer Eugene Richards

  The latest book by Eugene Richards, the day I was born, tells the stories of six men and women who are living out their lives in the memory-laden Mississippi Delta of Arkansas.  The photographs were made in and around Earle, Arkansas. The six people are: Joseph Perry, Jr., Stacy Abram, Jackie Greer, Lovell Davis,
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Interview with photographer Ciro Battiloro

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography in general and documentary projects specifically?

Ciro Battiloro: I’ve always felt the need to find a way to express myself. Before starting to photograph I was playing bass in a band. Then I discovered the works of Koudelka, Eugene Richards, Mary Ellen Mark… and everything started.
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Interview with photographer Lauren Noelle Oliver

F-Stop Magazine: The current issue of F-Stop Magazine includes images from your project Temple of the Self, can you tell us about this project? What led to this work? Lauren Noelle Oliver: Temple of the Self began as an exploration of the human form interacting with light, space and nature but has slowly evolved into
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Interview with photographer Aaron Turner

Aaron Turner is an Arkansas based artist and educator. He uses photography to pursue personal stories of people of color, in two main areas of the U.S., the Arkansas and Mississippi Deltas. Aaron also uses the view camera to create still life studies on race, history, blackness as material, and the role of the Black
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Interview with photographer Marcus Xavier Chormicle

Marcus Xavier Chormicle is one of our featured artists in the Portfolio Issue 2020 #104. The work from his project, Still Playing with Fire, is a photographic series made in Las Cruces, New Mexico, his hometown, which interrogates the violent history of the region and the effects this history has on the people still living there today.
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Interview with photographer Atefeh Farajolahzadeh

Atefeh Farajolahzadeh is one of our featured artists in the Portfolio Issue 2020 #104. The work from her project, Still Moving, stems from “a performance that is a result of hours and hours of walking through both urban and natural landscapes, visually exploring ideas of being and not being, belonging and not belonging. It is
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Interview with photographer Mikhail Lebedev

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Mikhail Lebedev: After my graduation in 2011 I worked in many positions – as an engineer, taxi driver, construction worker, office clerk, bartender, camera operator. Right now, I understand that it was an
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Interview with photographer Mehrdad Vahed Yousefabad

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Mehrdad Vahed Yousefabad: My first steps in photography started with my older brother’s DSLR camera. My brother was a photographer and he had many photographer friends and I entered the photography community in
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Interview with photographer Naomi James

F-Stop Magazine: How did you first become involved in photography and what led to you working in this medium as an artist? Naomi James: My father was a portrait photographer. He would emerge from the darkroom covered in chemicals and this fascinated me. My mother bought me my first camera- a bright red 35mm compact.
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