Devin Yalkin: The waiting period [when shooting film] where you don’t know exactly what the photo will look like creates a sense of longing, which for me forms a deeper involvement with photography.
Olivier Moeckli: Teenage years are also full of empty moments and boredom and I was interested to look at those moments.
Natalia Wiernik: It can be said that portraiture absorbed me.
Jo Farrell: I want people to see beyond the feet and recognize the women for who they were and the lives they led.
Frédéric Nauczyciel: Voguing is vivid, contemporary, it morphs from influences, hybridizes itself, brings new possible behaviors to a mainstream culture that experiences difficulties to reinvent itself.
Magdalena Wosinska: It all started from me growing up skating and shooting skate photos of my friends.
Marcelo Londoño Alvarez: My passion for Latin America will accompany me to my last breath.
Dirk Bakker: I get the biggest kick out of the ’simplest looking shots’.
Take Sakamaki: The coarse printing on cheap paper, overlapping text on photos, and paperback style used in Horse & Booze was my modest resistance to the norm.
Gabriele Viertel: The natural element of water is the perfect environment to create surreal art work.
Camila Svenson: I decided that it would be ideal to produce images that somehow could speak to this pain I was feeling.
Gustavo Gomes: Most of the time I don’t even know where I’m going when I go out to shoot. My path is determined by what I happen to see.
Raul Guerrero: I had no idea what was going to occur going into the project.
The Daily Overview: Every Overview starts with a thought experiment. We consider the places where man has left his mark on the planet.
Ricky Adam: The way I work is kinda haphazard and often out of compulsion. I tend to only photograph things that genuinely interest me. I’ve found that’s the way to get the best results.
Momoi Atsushi: Tokyo is a massive creature which keeps moving, changing every second, and growing vigorously. It is subject to metabolism in order to maintain its life.
Lesley Ann Ercolano: I have almost completely stopped taking pictures of people.
Silva+Cemin: [Without art] we would be dead, it’s the air we breathe.
Lance Underwood: I think [this is] a better way to make a ‘family portrait’ instead of the usual matching shirts in front of a country house scene.
Maria L Zamarripa Hjellnes: Even in places I have been before, I always see something or a situation that maybe would be fun in a picture.
Ella Campbell: It has sort of become a drug; I need it not only to be happy but to stay sane.
Björn Árnason: I like excluding small or big things from their environment and giving them the exposure that I think they deserve.
Carlos Alvarez Montero: We talked about how we always got the “you don’t look Mexican” from people when they realized we were Mexican. That’s something that bothers me all the time.
Elke Vogelsang: Every dogs got its unique character. That’s a very fascinating aspect of my work.
Camilo Fuentealba: Right now my process consist of strapping a camera around my neck every time I walk out the door.
Alexandra Höhn: My pictures looked boring because the people here in Germany are bored I think.