Photography is a Marathon, Not a Sprint: Interview with William Olmsted

William Olmsted’s work does not hit you over the head, or scream at you for attention. It is smarter than that.┬áHe shoots mainly with film and film cameras; opting for the approach of selective shooting. His approach toward taking photos involves long walks around his local area once a week or so with his camera, but it is common that he does not take a … Continue reading Photography is a Marathon, Not a Sprint: Interview with William Olmsted

The Landscapes of photographer Mandy Williams

Mandy Williams is a visual artist working primarily in photography and video. Her work covers range of subjects, but centers around the theme of the social dynamics arising from contemporary culture – particularly how personal identity is affected by environment and how our social and affective lives interconnect. This interest in the psychology of place has been a catalyst for both autobiographical and voyeuristic projects, … Continue reading The Landscapes of photographer Mandy Williams