Giovanni Savino: My Experiences are My Pictures

Dios Gracias, el Comarquero, Photography by Giovanni Savino

Giovanni Savino is at once a protagonist, an author and a critic of the many tales that he endeavours to narrate each day. After all, these are nothing but mini-episodes of his great life’s show, the core of his creative self. This documentary photographer has one of the greatest repositories of visual art about the Dominican Republic and people who live in this Caribbean nation. But that is not the only achievement of Giovanni Savino by any means. The NY-based photographer, weather-beaten traveller and an engaging storyteller is going to share with you his life’s story today.

Laura Barisonzi: Capturing the Ever Vanishing Present

An Exclusive Interview with the Photographer

Foggy Beach, Photography by Laura Barisonzi

Laura Barisonzi prefers capturing images of her subjects in natural surroundings instead of depending on the tried and tested ambience of the studios. The NYC photographer also likes showcasing people in action. Since she often works with sportspersons, fitness fanatics and dancers, particularly for her commercial assignments, this aspect of her visual narratives thrives on an added dimension.

Brad Spencer: Let the Bricks Speak

An Interview with the Brick Sculptor

To Build a Community, Brick art by Brad Spencer at Winston-Salem, NC

Brad Spencer is a forerunner among the artists who explored the potential of creating brick sculptures in recent times. In fact, he dedicated three decades of his life to perfecting his skills at this not–so–usual–art form. Due to the nature of the work, brick sculptures are particularly suited for public art projects. Many prominent landmarks of Reidsville, North Carolina, where the artist lives, and beyond are now adorned with Brad’s sculptural essays. The visual lyricism of his art is self-evident.

Matilde Gattoni Photography: Building a Visual Story

An Conversation with the Photographer

The Love of the Land, Photography by Matilde Gattoni

Matilde’s career as a photojournalist commenced when she was travelling in Israel and ended up covering the second Intifada early last decade. In the process she received much acclaim not only from her fellow photographers but also from aficionados of the art. Since 2007, her name was a permanent feature in more than one International Photography Awards (IPA). For her project Drought and Fear in the Horn of Africa she received bronze medal in Px3 Prix de la Photographie in 2012. Her visual portrayal, The Swallows of Syria, earned her 3rd place in Portfolio Lens Culture International Exposure Awards, 2012. Matilde was also associated in the making of Uzbekistan, 10 years after independence, Tranchida Editore, Milan, 2002 with renowned journalist Ahmed Rashid. A similar endeavour with Cartiere del Garda produced A better time in 2008.

Michelle Dunaway Explores the Mystery & Majesty of the Inner Self

An Interview with the Figurative Painter

Study of Holly in Charcoal by Michelle Dunaway

Michelle Dunaway was born in Alaska where she spent many of her nights watching the fascinating colours of the night sky created by the northern lights. She moved to New Mexico in her teens and was greeted by the enchanting beauty of the land. But the enigma that captivated her most since her childhood was the expressions, often ephemeral in nature, on the faces of human being. As her fondness for painting grew with time, she actively engaged her brushes in tracing the obscure language of human sentiments being expressed through the whole body.