Julia Martin’s work was selected as an Outstanding Body of Work in the2019 Denis Roussel Award by juror Jesseca Ferguson. We are pleased to feature her work here on Rfotofolio. Would you please tell us a little about yourself? I’m originally from Golden, Colorado but am currently living in Phoenix, Arizona. Before coming to Arizona… Read More
“In some cultures, nostalgia is often full of sadness. But natsukashii – which derives from the verb “natsuku”, which means “to keep close and become fond of” – indicates joy and gratitude for the past rather than a desire to return to it. In Japan, natsukashii is a reminder that you are fortunate to have… Read More
Brenton Hamilton’s work was selected as an Outstanding Body of Work in the2019 Denis Roussel Award by juror Jesseca Ferguson. We are pleased to feature his work here on Rfotofolio. “This photographer’s imaginative and eclectic approach to handmade photography operates at a very high level. His devotion to teaching handmade processes is legendary.” Jesseca Ferguson
Kathryn Mayo’s work was one of the 2019 Rfotofolio Selections. We are pleased to share her work and words. “Powerful portraiture related to an important city in American history. The artist mastered truly daunting technical challenges with courage and tenacity and an innovative approach. This will stand as historical documents in years to come.”Brian Taylor
“In a portrait, you have room to have a point of view and to be conceptual with a picture. The image may not be literally what’s going on, but it’s representative.” Annie Leibovitz
“I was originally trained as a painter before falling in love with photography. While I do sometimes use digital cameras, I felt that something was missing. That was the process of making things by hand and having something tangible to hold. I work in Carbon, Platinum/Palladium, Photopolymer Gravure and Gum Bichromate and strive to learn… Read More
Megan Bent’s work was selected as a Work of Merit in the2019 Denis Roussel Award. We are pleased to feature her work here on Rfotofolio. “This artist makes chlorophyll prints using medical imagery (her own and that of others) to comment on the hidden, latent nature of illness. Like a photograph, the illness can be invisible… Read More
Today we are pleased to share our interview with Shinya Masuda Would you please tell us a little about yourself?
To learn more about the work of Elizabeth Ellenwood please visit her page at Elizabeth Ellenwood.
Elizabeth Ellenwood is one of merit award winners of the 2019 Denis Roussel Award. We are pleased to feature her work here on Rfotofolio. Would you please tell us a little about yourself?
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