Reading Time: 5 minutes “I’m interested in artists who are working with archival material, but not accepting the archive; resisting the authority of the archive, and pushing, and going deeper”
Reading Time: 4 minutes As British Vogue’s youngest ever cover photographer, Carter joins a crop of record-breaking Black artists at the forefront of the editorial sphere. She unpacks how she got noticed, her organic approach, and the power of community in driving change
Reading Time: 4 minutes East Photographic’s Sue Ireland shares advice on developing portfolios, navigating negotiations and “trusting your gut”
Reading Time: 4 minutes Ledger-Lomas is head of production at BBH London, a leading global advertising agency with past and present clients including Audi, Tesco, Levi’s and British Airways
Reading Time: 5 minutes As we approach one year since Covid-19 was declared a global pandemic, four commercial photographers reflect on the lessons they’ve learned, and how to continue growing professionally when work is sparse
Reading Time: 4 minutes “It’s really important for people to understand that a career path is not a steady and unbroken positive trajectory,” says Attah, curator at Liverpool’s Open Eye Gallery
Reading Time: < 1 minute Photographer, producer, educator, and podcaster Gia Goodrich shares a look into her creative fields, past projects, and hopes for the future of photography.
Reading Time: 4 minutes Jess Gough works across editorial, events, and awards at MACK. Here, she gives an insight into the process behind publishing photobooks — from timelines to editing and distribution — and managing the First Book Award
Reading Time: 5 minutes Chinese-American photographer Michelle Watt’s whimsical, surrealist style draws outside of the lines of today’s commercial market. Here, she discusses the importance of staying true to your voice — and why it’s time for a new era of photography
Reading Time: 4 minutes In this second instalment of Industry Insights, the Brand Visual Director of Vogue Italia reflects on the challenges posed by moving a festival from the physical space to virtual, and how she and her colleague, Francesca Marani, overcame them.