Paul's fascination with art was born through his love for graphic design. His first experiences with the medium were whilst studying art, design and multimedia at college.
What was first utilised as a means of capturing material to aid his graphic design work, slowly developed into an an art form in it’s own right.
The Faroe Islands
The Faroe Islands are a remote, enticing archipelago of 18 massive volcanic basalt rocks thrusting skyward through the North Atlantic Ocean, halfway between Norway and Iceland.
Originally settled by Norwegian Vikings in the ninth and 10th centuries and now an autonomous outpost of the Kingdom of Denmark, the destination is a paradise for hikers, mountain climbers, and sheep.
Photos by Sam Horine @samhorine .
Photographer / Ken Browar
NYC Dance Project was created by Ken Browar and Deborah Ory, who live in Greenpoint, Brooklyn (with two teenage ballet students). Ken is a renowned fashion/beauty photographer and Deborah brings to the project a background in dance and editorial photography.
They have created this site to showcase the wonderful world of dance and dancers, centered in New York City. Ken’s passion for dance began when he lived in Paris and photographed dancers from the Paris Opera Ballet. His fashion work has appeared in Vogue, Elle, Marie Claire and many other European fashion magazines.
Photographer / Alicja Brodowicz
Alicja Brodowicz – born in Kraków, Poland.
Graduate of the Faculty of English Literature at Universiteit Utrecht (the Netherlands). Translator by profession.
Graduate of the Institute of Creative Photography at the Silesian University in Opava, Czech Republic.
Photographer / Guido Mocafico
A specialist in still life and nature photography, Guido Mocafico explores subjects such as tarantulas, snakes, jellyfish, and skulls, as well as subjects taken from Flemish still-life painters of the 17th century.
Northumberland is a magical place filled with ancient castles; hidden gardens; unspoilt beaches; rolling hills; rugged moorland; sweeping views; friendly little market towns and a cultural heritage all of its own.
The forgotten Faroes are just a short flight from the UK, yet they’re way off the standard traveller’s radar. Adrift in the frothing swells of the north Atlantic, this mysterious 18-piece jigsaw puzzle of islands is at once ancient and very modern.
Photographer / Emily Blincoe
Emily Blincoe, a photographer from Austin, Texas, creates beautiful, colorful and soothing photos of everyday objects by arranging them into neat and orderly collections based on size, shape and color.
August 1st is Switzerland's Independence Day. Each year the Swiss celebrate their independence by making paper lanterns and lighting the streets with them. They also have parades and parties throughout the small towns.
Photos by Herbert Schröer.
Cerro Torre, Patagonia
Cerro Torre is located in Parque Nacional Los Glaciares in the Patagonia Region of Argentina. The Cerro Torre is located in a four mountain chain; Cerro Torre, Torre Egger, Punta Herron, and Cerro Standhart.
Cerro Torre is the tallest of these four mountains. Cerro Torre rises in Argentine territory at the eastern edge of the Patagonian Ice Cap 50 miles north of Chile’s Torres del Paine National Park. Cerro Torre is one of the worlds most coveted peaks because of its difficulty.