Italy it’s been one of the most hitted country in the world by the Covid-19, the one with the longest quarantine, 72 days.
I believe storytelling is one of the most powerful tools and actions that we as a society should consider, especially in times like these, in 2020, and as we face one of the biggest challenges around the world collectively.
Heya! My name is Jack Evstigneev, I am 20 years of age and based on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. I graduated in 2018 and since then, I have studied at North Sydney Tafe and worked at Simpson Cinema.
The whole photography thing came to me pretty late if I’m honest. I was 23 when I had just finished my University Degree studying Media & Communications at UTS and I had no idea what I wanted to do after studying. But the one thing I did know was that I didn’t want to jump straight into a full time job where I was going to be stuck in an office all day.
Hi, my names Rhys Jones, I’m 22 and I’m from the sunny Central Coast of NSW. I’m a freelance photographer who specialises in DSLR and Drone Nature photography.
My name is Jack Noel Davis, I'm a photographer from the South Coast NSW.
We find ourselves in strange times, facing a concurrent health and economic crisis.
There is a space south of my heart that belongs to this place. “La Tigra” is the door to paradise. Back in the days it was savagely beautiful, but friendly enough for the foreigners to feel it like home. I will call it “La Tigra” to keep it secret and because there is a myth regarding its real name.
The sky darkens. The wind starts to blow behind us. We are still small but we can feel we are getting stronger. Our friends and us are gathering. We are as one, all marching in the same direction.
Growing up in Puerto Rico, the ocean has always been a part of me. I’ve spent
countless hours in the sea, capturing its raw energy. It’s that one place where I can free my mind. It doesn’t matter what part of the world I find myself, I can always find peace in the ocean.
Salt water cures everything… Often we say “I need to take a dip in the ocean”
As if it has some type of healing power. My connection to the ocean is strong, as it is my refuge, and the source to my income. In dyer time we as a community have been isolated from some of our most primal connections. The Ocean… But why? And is it for good reason?
A bit about me! My family is originally from Zimbabwe, we moved to Australia in 2004 and have lived throughout West Aus ever since. I am now based in Broome and to say I am stoked about that is an understatement!
Three cameras, four rolls of film, my 9’6” log and a towel. I was packed and ready for the seventh annual Waipu Cove Fish Fry and it very nearly started with a bang.
West Australians were self-isolating before it was cool, and before it became the most effective way to flatten the curve. With the current COVID-19 pandemic, staying home is now the most important thing we can do so that we can get back to self-isolating in the great outdoors as soon as possible.
In October 2019 a bunch of mates and I booked a last minute trip to Europe to check out some coastal regions that were still playing host to some warmer temperatures.
When I was 15, I took a black and white photography class at school. I started spending my lunch breaks in the dark room; I loved the smell, the red tinted lights. I also loved how having a camera transformed teenage loitering and mischief into an artistic pursuit. Trespassing became location scouting.