Interview with Daisy Gilardini

Interview series by Kristel Schneider I remember I was moved by some of Diasy Gilardini’s images when I first saw them: two little Polar Bears curled up together, Harp Seal pups with fluffy white fur and breathtaking ‘cold’ landscapes. Pure emotions and intimacy are the ingredients of Diasy’s work. You can feel her love for the subjects and her special bound with the Polar…

Interview with Misja Smits

Interview series by Kristel Schneider   ‘I like to surprise myself to avoid getting bored with my own pictures’     I am not sure anymore where I saw Misja’s work for the first time, in Dutch magazine Grasduinen (now Roots) or via the Argus photocontest, but I can still remember I was totally stunned by the color impact of her images. In my…

Interview with Andrea Gulickx

Interview series by Kristel Schneider        For me, creativity flows best when I go into nature with an open mind. No planning at all. Light, passion and creativity are three elements Andrea combines in her beautiful photography art work. Thanks to Facebook I got introduced to this creative Dutch photographer, one of the good things about social media, you can get connected to new…

Interview-series: Cindy Jeannon

Interview Cindy Jeannon by Kristel Schneider (c) Alexandre Deschaumes I sometimes happen to dream about photos, imagine atmospheres and to be inspired by music, books, paintings and photography in my sleep. Then images come to life once I’m in nature. Reading French magazine, Nat’images introduced me to Cindy Jeannon in 2011. We were both part of the publication ‘Special about nature female photographers’. The…

Interview-series: Alessandra Meniconzi

Interview Alessandra Meniconzi by Kristel Schneider ‘ …I am attempting to document the remaining indigenous people who are still living as they have had for thousands of years…’ I got acquainted with Alessandra’s work through her photo series “Nenets, the last nomads of Artic Siberia”. Taken by the pureness of the images I wanted to see more of what she did and started following…