Spotlight on Photographers: Harriet Brown

“For me photography is all about the lines between reality and somewhere beyond. A picture can be amazingly authentic yet transport the viewer to a world separate from their own, somewhere the imagination can really take hold.” – Harriet Brown

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Interview: Eliza and the Bear

“A story will come out about a celebrity battling depression, but it will focus on his/her wealth and fame, like you can’t be sad if you’re rich and people like you. That stuff needs to end in order to help more people.” – James Kellegher, Eliza and the Bear.

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Spotlight on Photographers: Jordan Knight

“I live for those moments of absolute bliss and candidness. I strive to not pose and just be a fly on the wall. It’s pretty cliche, but if you look at a photo and you have some sort of emotion while looking at it, that’s a great photo.” – Jordan Knight

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Spotlight on Photographers: Mark Cavill

“From time to time an artist will recognise me from a previous gig or meeting and smile, point or pose at me for a second or two. Nobody else in the audience knows it, but myself and the artist have a moment just between us.” – Mark Cavill

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Spotlight on Photographers: Tony Palmer

“I was surrounded by photography from an early age, both my mum and dad were hobby photographers, and I was inspired by the beautiful landscape images they could capture. They certainly influenced me most.” – Tony Palmer

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Interview: Lauran Hibberd

“It’s not every day that we’re all falling in love and being broken hearted. A lot of the time we’re just coming home from work and we’re a bit sad and there’s nothing wrong with that!” – Lauran Hibberd

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Spotlight on Photographers: Mike Danenberg

“I enjoy creating moments for viewers to look back on. With most of my work being in live music photography, I always strive to create images that will give feelings of excitement as if you were there.” – Mike Danenberg

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