Posts by: Andi Vollmer

Images Blur the Lines Between Fact and Fiction, Life and Death


Sam A. Harris is a recent photography graduate from the University of Brighton. His final project was shot over three months, and is still growing. The work, Vital Fiction, is essentially an examination of life, death and their counterparts. Sam says: ‘It was conceived through being overwhelmed by the amount of unanswered questions there are about the world. I wanted to work within the boundaries of our universe and it’s phenomena, whilst also following the blurred lines of fact and fiction it holds. By working on a poetic and aesthetic level, as well as a scientific and referential one, I hoped to mirror the worlds make up and its varying constituents. It’s probably going to be an ongoing body of work for a while. I keep finding the same ideas and processes recurring.’

Portraits of Cowboy Poets

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Jay B. Sauceda is an Austin-based photographer originally from South Texas. This is his series on poetic cowboys. He writes:

Hazy Photographs of European Landscapes and Architecture

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Kim Holtermand is a freelance architectural and landscape photographer from Denmark. In addition to his burgoing career in photography which only began a few years ago, Holtermand’s day job has him working as a fingerprints expert in the Crime Scene Unit of The Danish National Police.

This work was selected from a few different series of which fog is an ongoing theme.


Polaroids of Young Women Taken by 18-Year-Old Maggie Lochtenberg

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Maggie Lochtenberg is an 18-year-old photographer who currently resides in Byron Bay, Australia. About her work, she writes:

Overcast Landscapes Photographed by Akos Major


Akos Major is a landscape photographer currently living in Vienna, Austria. He graduated in 2001 from Moholy-Nagy University of Arts and Design (MOME) in Budapest with a degree of Visual Communications. After working for ten years in an ad agency, he now works as a freelance graphic designer. These images were taken during his travels through Iceland, Germany, Austria and Hungary.

Incredible Aerial Photographs of Beaches by Alex MacLean

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Alex MacLean is a pilot and photographer based in Massachusetts who has flown his plane over much of the United States documenting the landscape. Trained as an architect, MacLean has portrayed the history and evolution of the land from vast agricultural patterns to city grids, recording changes brought about by human intervention and natural processes. His powerful and descriptive images provide clues to understanding the relationship between natural and constructed environments.

Classic American West Road Trip Photos


Walker Pickering is an Austin based photographer. He received his MFA in photography from Savannah College of Art and Design, and currently teaches photography at the Art Institute of Austin. He has participated in a number of solo and group exhibitions, and has been a photographer for the Texas House of Representatives. These images are taken from his series ‘Nearly West’.

‘Nearly West’ continues the grand tradition of socially engaged photographic road trips across the United States. With his medium-format film camera, he discovers and documents an panoply of American places in square-format photographs that remind us of who we are as individuals and members of a society. Urban parking lots, rural roads, monuments, motel rooms, and roadside attractions receive Pickering’s equal, loving attention. Often infused with golden sunlight and blending beauty with apparent ugliness, his landscapes are both physical and psychic spaces.

Animal Portraits by Nine Francois


Nine Francois is a photographer based in Austin, Texas. Her work has been represented internationally in publications such as Communication Arts, Foto&Video (Moscow) and The British Journal of Photography. About her series, Animal, Francois writes:

‘My original intention was to create an alphabet book (“A” is for Armadillo) for children that would appeal to their zany sensibilities and delightfully skewered perspectives. While this project is still active, it has developed into a larger concept linking animal imagery and the development of language, specifically in children. This expanded project is currently underway and incorporates text with the imagery that you see here.

Colorful Berlin Architecture Photographed by Matthias Heiderich


Matthias Heiderich is a self-taught photographer currently living and working in Berlin, where his images have been exhibited widely. Following his studies in linguistics and phonetics, he completed a Master of Arts from Trinity College, Dublin, in 2007.  This work is a selection taken from two of Heiderich’s series ‘Spektrum Eins’ and ‘Studie Drei’.

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Multiple Exposure Fashion Photography by Andy Bettles


Photographer Andy Bettles is represented by M.A.P and shoots still life for clients such as Sephora, Wallpaper* and the New York Times Style Magazine. His vintage-inspired multiple exposure images cross the line between fashion and art.



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