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Team Loupe: Travis Hodges

Interview by Hui Hsien –

From photography to curation, London-based Travis Hodges finds inspiration amongst people. We grab him for a chat about PhotoForum, technology and his latest trip to Vietnam.

Interview Chain: Matthew Broadhead x Joe Pettet-Smith

Interview by Matthew Broadhead

I met Joe Pettet-Smith whilst we were both undergraduates studying photography in Brighton, and we’ve kept in touch since I graduated in 2016. He always struck me as motivated and ambitious, with an intellectual underpinning to his work, so his rapid progress in the industry came as no surprise.

A photograph from his graduate body of work Preparations for the Worst Case Scenario was selected as runner up in the single image category at the British Journal of Photography’s Breakthrough Awards. More recently he has won print commissions from Financial Times Weekend and Saturday Telegraph Magazine.

Photographers in Publishing: An Interview with Martin Usborne

Photographers in Publishing is a series of interviews that aim to gather insights from those who balance making and publishing photography.

In this refreshingly honest interview, Martin Usborne discusses his photographic practice before sharing his experience founding the popular publishing company, Hoxton Mini Press.

Photographers in Publishing: An Interview with James Wrigley

Photographers in Publishing is a series of interviews that aim to gather insights from those who balance making and publishing photography.

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Our mission is simple: to share the work of the most talented photographers with you. Photography is a broad church but we believe we know the formula of great work: well-executed images and interesting projects.With its unpretentious style and approachable ethos, we hope that Loupe will become a platform for photographers to show and discuss their work.

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We know from experience how dejecting it can be when your carefully crafted email to a blog or magazine is met with a wall of silence. This will not be the case with Loupe. We guarantee that every email that requires a response will get one.

To submit please email us at hello@loupemag.com, include either a link to the project on your website or a selection of low resolution jpegs (no more than 10).

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If you want to give us feedback or say hello, please feel free get in contact: hello@loupemag.com

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We want to see your photography!

To submit please email us at hello@loupemag.com, include either a link to the project on your website or a selection of low resolution jpegs (no more than 10). We love well-crafted projects however we also run single image features in the form of the Portrait Page and Centre Fold. To be considered for the Portrait Page please submit one portrait and for the Centre Fold any landscape orientation image can be submitted, please note the subject does not have to be a landscape.

There is no deadline for submissions. If your work is not chosen for the current issue don’t worry, we review all submissions before deciding the content for each new issue.

We also share submissions on our Instagram: @loupemag

Writers

If you would like to write for Loupe please email us at hello@loupemag.com. If you have been published before, please include examples or links to previous articles. Experience is preferred but not essential.