Month: November 2013

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AUDIO: Martin Parr and Gerry Badger: The Photobook: History Volume III. Paris Photo 2013

This audio was recorded from the audience at the presentation given by Martin Parr and Gerry Badger at Paris Photo 2013 in which they outline the structure and themes of  their Photobook: History Volume III to be published by Phaidon in 2014. *Please note that the sound becomes louder and clearer after the introduction of ...

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In Search of William Klein

Grant Scott first managed to contact and work with the iconic photographer and filmmaker William Klein in 1991. Klein has remained his favourite photographer ever since and so when the opportunity to catch-up with Klein in 2012 presented itself he was keen to meet up with his hero once again. If only everything had been ...

Above: Martin Parr

Martin Parr Interview

Photographer Peter Dench travelled to the south west of England to meet Martin Parr for for tea, cake, and a general chit chat. This is the written proof of that encounter… I am looking at cakes. There are many cakes to choose from: coffee and walnut cake, chocolate fudge cake, lemon roll, chocolate roll, even ...

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The Agent

Becky Lewis has been working at Art + Commerce, one of the most powerful and prestigious image making representative agencies in the world, for over 23 years. As Grant Scott discovered when speaking with her, there are few people as well informed in the industry to stake a case for the agent and explain how ...

Marcus Bleasdale

Marcus Bleasdale Interview

Photographer Peter Dench has been a close friend to the award wining photo-journalist Marcus Bleasdale for many years. Here he brings us a personal and intimate insight into the fiercly passionate photographic world of a championing voice.  There is no greater love than that between two heterosexual men. The silver screen is testament to this: ...

Above: Jim Mortram

Jim Mortram Interview

“If it wasn’t for the people in the project, my camera would just be an expensive paperweight,” says Jim Mortram. The 40-year-old photographer is talking from his home just outside Dereham in Norfolk. It’s the eponymous location of his Market Town project, which he started less than two years ago. Initially a response to his ...