Interviews

Edward Barnieh’s Contrasting Hong Kong

He moved to Hong Kong three years ago from London, to pursue his career in animation and he now works at Cartoon Networks. Edward Barnieh became interested in photography 7 or 8 years ago and aside from photography he's also passionate about the tech culture and art...

A Look into Emily Frances’ Life in Queens, NY

Photographer Emily Frances has shared the way she sees Queens, New York. Born and raised here, in a small neighborhood called Forest Hills, Emily left for Philadelphia to complete her studies but after six years she moved back to her hometown. In this photo essay, Emily offers...

Sketches from the Field: Interview with Archeologist Jens Notroff

Jens Notroff is a German archeologist based out of Berlin. He holds a degree in history and journalism as well and is currently involved in research projects in the Middle East and Scandinavia. He's peculiar style – brown fedora, suspenders, pipe and diary–, has captured...

Monterrey in Pastel Colors by Marioly Vazquez

Born and raised in Monterrey, Mexico, Marioly Vazquez is a multidisciplinary professional working in the arts, culture and education field. Her passion for photography has taken her to build an engaging community on Instagram and has allowed her the opportunity to explore more of this...

A Colorful Viña del Mar by Photographer Ticha Mercado

Ticha Mercado is a photographer, originally from Santiago de Chile, who recently moved to Viña del Mar, a small coastal city in Chile. The calmer pace of this colorful town seduced her, so she decided to pack her bags and go away from the smog, the...

Lamming Mills: a Town Buried in Oblivion

10 hours north of Vancouver by car, straight into the middle of the British Columbia province, there's a town called Lamming Mills. Today, a ghost town. Former inhabitants moved here in 1943 and left around 1969 when the post office finally closed its doors. Photographer...

The Impressive Snow Art Work of Simon Beck

Previously a champion in the Orienteering and creator of some of its maps, Simon Beck used this experience to create his next big thing: Snow Art. He travels around the world creating beautiful patterns in some of the most beautiful mountains and these can only...

The Astonishing Town of Kyoto: A Photo Essay

Photographer Adam Nagy shares a few images of his time in Kyoto and the impression it left on him: Japan has always been on my bucket list and when I had the opportunity to go this April I knew Kyoto was going to be the highlight...

7 Types of Trips to Take in a Lifetime

While air travel continues to dominate and hybridized forms of travel such as ‘glamping’ and ‘staycations‘ become popular within the travel landscape; there are many types of trips one can take to enhance and maximize the overall travel experience. The list below highlights the 7...

How to Travel Iike a Local in Seoul, South Korea’s Capital

It’s no difficult task to stand out as a tourist in South Korea, a country so homogenous that travelers sometimes realize they are the only non-Korean for miles. Even the capital city of Seoul, home to some 24 million residents, can feel uncharted. This can yield...