Cameron Davidson: Alone in an Overwhelming Landscape

An Interview with the Photographer

Flower Farm, Florida, USA, Photography by Cameron Davidson

Cameron Davidson is the recipient of Luerzer’s 200 Best Ad Photographers Worldwide, 2012 & 2010, Landscape Photographer of the year, 2010, International Photography Awards (Aerial Photography) and International Photography Awards (Haiti), 2009, a few to mention from his notable list of achievements. ‘Chesapeake: The Aerial Photography of Cameron Davidson’ is an emotional interlace of Cameron Davidson’s two decade long affair with Chesapeake Bay. Read the full interview to understand and gain that added perspective that Cameron has been so kind to share here with our readers.

Mark Tipple Documentary Film & Photography: Storytelling for a Purpose

An Interview with Mark Tipple

Bahati looks at the blackboard, Kigamboni Community Centre

Mark Tipple is a documentary filmmaker & photographer from Sydney, Australia and over the last few years has been hailed worldwide for his craft. But much like the vast expanse of the ocean that he has fallen in love with over the years, true appreciation for his art comes from understanding the depth of it. With camera in hand he filmed and photographed the touching story of the youth of Kigamboni Community Center, Tanzania; the aftermath of the much hyped Jakartan dream; the village of Navakai, Fiji ravaged by natural disaster; and the vulnerability of the great white shark in Guadalupe island, Mexico coordinated with his brother Luke Tipple, the marine biologist.

Dorin Bofan: Venturing Into The Unknown

A Peep into the World of the Wildlife Photographer

Adrift, Photography by Dorin Bofan

Dorin Bofan is a dreamer. And he always aspires to live his life emulating his dreams. ‘Adrift’ in this ocean of marvel called life, Dorin explores the wonders of ‘Light & Space’ even while a corner of his heart remains ‘Earthbound’ throbbing fondly for the forest’s silent choreography or capturing the untold stories of those desiccated leaves of autumn buried deep into their ‘Cold Sleep’.

Guy Tal: Experiencing the World at Its Most Sublime

A Conversation with the Landscape Photographer, Author & Educator

Speed of Silence, Photography by Guy Tal

From a young age Guy Tal loved being outdoors. At one point he borrowed his father’s camera and photographed with it. The experience was etched deeply into his memory. He slightly lost touch with his passion during his late 20s when he was busy building a career in IT. However, soon he realised the increasing sense of void and started yearning to go out in the wild again. His journey into the world of photography, that halted temporarily, had truly begun. Today not only is he known worldwide for his art but also as an acclaimed educator and author.

Michael Kahn Photography: Connecting with an Inner Passion

A Conversation with the Photographer & Sailboat Enthusiast

Three Dories, Photography by Michael Kahn

If ‘thought is the wind, knowledge the sail, and mankind the vessel’ Michael Kahn surely caught the wind and set forth his sail to explore, dream and discover the ebb and flows of life. In the contrast of light and darkness do the protagonists of his play reveal their characters, frozen in time; the boats, the marine scenery soaking in the light and sometimes the dearth of it, all become unified in a grand scheme of things. And this masterful story-teller from Southern Pennsylvania continues on his journey for the next sparkle on the wave, however far from shore may it be.