The gentle images in New Delhi-based photographer Anay Mann’s series, About Neetika, are documents of daily life with his wife and son, Vijit. Living in New Delhi, Mann started the series over 12 years ago when he first met his wife. They met when he was a model and she was a stylist. Once they met and married, Mann began shooting, and in a kind of role reversal, his wife became the model and Mann became the stylist for his composed images of Neetika throughout the years.
Long familiar with the cultures and relationships of southern Africa, photographer Jackie Nickerson examines the juxtaposition of man and earth in her newest series Terrain. Inspired by environmental questions about our connection with land that surrounds us, Nickerson uses the human form to create sculptures from her subjects. Although she officially started shooting in 2012, Nickerson began the process a year earlier, allowing the images themselves to move the project forward without having a predetermined idea in mind. We recently spoke with her about the series.