Greetings from Mars is a narrative photography series by Paris-based, author-photographer Julien Mauve. Mauve’s work involves staging conditions that highlight human behaviour. In this particular series, Mauve orchestrates stereotypical tourist poses that draw attention to how we tend to act in front of a camera or try to insert ourselves into the landscapes we inhabit. See more images below.
Jeremy Koreski is on a mission to self-publish a book of photography. Born and raised in Tofino, British Columbia, it’s safe to say Koreski’s work is something only a true West-coaster could produce. See more of Koreski’s amazing photographs and video for his Kickstarter below.
The latest instalment of the InFrame video portrait series features documentary photographer, Jessica Lehrman. Having covered largely underground communities and cultures for major media outlets like VICE, Rolling Stone, and The New York Times, Lehrman discusses her approach to photography in a way that is highly personal and impressively business-minded. See the full video below.
Brooklyn based photographer, Elliot Ross shares his wonderful body of work titled Dynasty. The series looks into the Berber (or Amazigh) people of Morocco and the current human condition of cultures that were once empire builders and societies on the forefront of human advancement. Take a look at more images below.
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