Looking for A dream explores the true meaning of the American Dream, always suspended between desire and reality, illusion and disappointment, hope and success, between present and future. Living in America means living a suspended reality, sometimes far from the daily life you were used to coming from somewhere else in the world but deeply metaphorical […]
Liberty City is one of the most historic and culturally rich parts of Miami that no tourist will see. Its history told through its largest housing development called “Liberty Square.” In 2016 I visited Liberty Square to experience that history for myself and try to understand where the community was heading. I returned in 2018 […]
Directed by Spike Lee, based on a true story, Blackkklansman is the film about racism and the KKK that you have to see this year.
Born in Shreveport, LA , Ransom Ashley is a photographer, actor, and cinematographer. He attended Parsons The New School for Design in New York City where he was concentrating on photography.
We have interviewed Tamara Stoll on her photography project Sonnenallee. A project on multiculturalism and community.
We met Charles Caesar in New York to discuss his work, the purpose of his photography and why film still matters. Interview and photography by Nicolò Bernardi
“Fifth Avenuers” is a visual registry of people and moments from one of the most iconic avenues in the world. It captures the vibrancy created by the mix of people that walk along the street that divides Manhattan into east and west.
The Wig is a skatepark located in Detroit, Michigan. The boys are fighting against its destruction, as they want to replace it with a parking area. We have been there to shoot some photos and to support the local crew. We need less parking and more skateparks. If you know other skateparks around the world […]
Around 9am yesterday people from the local “No DAPL” camps protested on a river bank near Cannon Ball, North Dakota.
othing Gold Can Stay is a body of work about the fleetingness of youth. Photographs of the boys of Branch Brook Park in Newark, New Jersey describe this ephemerality, and through these photographs Nicholas Pollack intends to access a sense of memory and vulnerability to create an experience of love amid life’s chaos and uncertainty. […]