Cary Conover Photography

Cary Conover is a freelance editorial photojournalist and photography educator based in Wichita, Kansas. From 2000 to 2010 he lived in New York City, where he shot breaking news and feature assignments for such publications as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal and The Village Voice. In addition to his “steady gig” of teaching photojournalism at Andover High School, Cary is an adjunct … Continue reading Cary Conover Photography

‘An Image Maker With Something To Say’

  Ute Lemper Russian photographer Sasha Gusov was first introduced to photography at the age of 13. He moved to England in 1989. Becoming a photographer in England was not a simple matter and initially he lived a hand to mouth existence getting work wherever he could before finding a job with the printer Roy Snell who, when not working, allowed him access to the … Continue reading ‘An Image Maker With Something To Say’

A Strange Selection

Minayoshi Takada Adam Fuss Albert Watson Alberto Garcia-Alix Daido Moriyama Dave Heath Graham Smith Harry Callahan Hunterian Museum by Matthew Pillsbury Ivy with a Fall by Nan Goldin Jindrich Streit Josef Koudelka Julius Schulman Len Prince Louis Faurer Pleasures and Terrors of Levitation by Aaron Siskind Rope Head by Stephane Graff Serge Gainsbourg by William Klein Susan Meiselas Tony Ray-Jones Wenda and Inquisitive Cow by … Continue reading A Strange Selection

Dana & Stephane Maitec Photography 

We don’t  just take pictures.  We tell  stories.   For over  20 years,  we  have been capturing  the  human  nature  at  its  best,  whether through  black & white or color photography, in studio or location. Dana & Stephane Maitec have collaborated with a wide range of people and each and every image has become a part of a friendship. Our  projects  have  always  revolved  around … Continue reading Dana & Stephane Maitec Photography 

Tono Stano Photography

“Sense” Tono Stano attended the secondary school of applied arts in Bratislava in 1975-79, and then, from 1980-86, the FAMU in Prague (School of Film, Photography, and Television). Still during their studies, he and his fellow students at FAMU developed a new style of staged photography, full of expressive movements and metaphor, partly influenced by performance art. Tono Stano is mainly known for his black-and-white photographs of the female body. Several of his … Continue reading Tono Stano Photography

Thomas Alleman Photography: “Sunshine & Noir”

  Thomas Alleman was born and raised in Detroit, where his father was a traveling salesman and his mother was a ceramic artist. He graduated from Michigan State University with a degree in English Literature. During a fifteen-year newspaper career, Tom was a frequent winner of distinctions from the National Press Photographer’s Association, as well as being named California Newspaper Photographer of the Year in … Continue reading Thomas Alleman Photography: “Sunshine & Noir”

Henri Dauman Photography

Denis Hopper and Peter Fond Though the subjects in front of his lens are some of the most famous people who ever lived, LIFE photographer Henri Dauman managed to create some of the most iconic images of the 20th century without ever becoming a household name. Photographing everyone from Marilyn Monroe to Elvis Presley to Jacqueline Kennedy on the day of her husband’s funeral in … Continue reading Henri Dauman Photography

Art In Black and White

David Carol Alecio de Andrade Ara Guler Ben van Meerendonk Christer Stromholm Edward Hartwig Ernst Haas Fausto Podavini Jerry Berndt Junku Nishimura Leonard Freed Lothar Reichel Louis Faurer Michael Ackerman Nobuyoshi Araki Peter Keetman Petros Kotzabasis Rico Puhlmann Robert Frank Robert Mapplethorpe Sergio Larrain Tomasz Gudzowaty Vittorio Ronconi William S. Burroughs by Jon Blumb Willy Ronis Continue reading Art In Black and White