Author: harry


Photographers in Publishing: An Interview with Tom Price

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

Interview By Scarlett O’Flaherty

Continuing with our series, I talk with Tom Price about starting a magazine, the collaborative design process and the future of independent publishing. Run for Your Life tells the stories of eleven inspirational runners, and is a magazine both aimed at both those who run, and those who enjoy a great story.

Photographic Duos: An Interview with Arne Piepke and Ingmar Björn Nolting

Photographic Duos is a new feature from Loupe, exploring collaboration in photography through a series of interviews with creatives working in pairs. We discuss varying approaches to collaboration, considering issues of shared authorship alongside the benefits of collective creativity.

Interview by Bertie Oakes –

Despite both still being students, Arne Piepke and Ingmar Björn Nolting are already making work that is being widely acclaimed within the photojournalistic community. Pairing a traditional documentary approach, with stylistic influences from photographers such Alec Soth and Rob Honstra, their work is of a quality and maturity far beyond their years. This interview sees them discuss how their working partnership came about and continues to develop today.

Photographers in Publishing: An interview with Chris Baker

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

Interview by Victoria Cagol – 

I talked to London photographer Chris Baker about how the new way to move is rooted in the everyday. His biannual publication weMove, recently had its first birthday and here Chris discusses the philosophy behind the publication, the state of print & what is next for weMove.

Photographers in Publishing: An Interview With Jody Daunton

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

Interview by Dan Keir –

Jody Daunton co-founded Another Escape – ‘an outdoor lifestyle, creative culture, and sustainable living publication’ – with Rachel Marie Taylor in 2012. This interview sees him discuss photographic ethics, his magazine’s particular aesthetic, and the upcoming projects his team have been working on.

Issue 7 interview: Eliška Kyselková

Interview by Maria Giorgia Lenzi –

Eliška Kyselková’s Team Spirit series made the Centre Fold in issue 7. I caught up with Kyselková to discuss her practice, which explores themes of the body, religion and fashion through her unique photography and creative vision.

Photographers in Publishing: An Interview with Richard Higginbottom

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

Interview by Bertie Oakes –

In this interview, Richard Higginbottom discusses his passion for collaboration within photography and reveals the unique ethos behind founding up-and-coming independent photobook publisher, Tide Press.

Issue 7 Out Soon!

Written by Harry Flook

Issue 7 is arriving soon! Copies have been sent to our subscribers and a limited amount were at the excellent Peckham 24 last weekend. The rest of the copies will be hitting our amazing stockists later this week.

Team Loupe: Alex Ingram

Team Loupe is a series of interviews with the photographers behind Loupe Magazine.

LOUPE X PHOTOGRAD COMPETITION RUNNER UP: Fiona Filipidis

Interview by Maria Giorgia Lenzi

Selected as a runner up for Photograd x Loupe competition, Fiona Filipidis shares why she undertook her research on bees, why she photographed her favourite houseplant and how she turns collected images and objects into photography.

LOUPE X PHOTOGRAD COMPETITION RUNNER UP: Sophie Barbasch

Interview by Álvaro Martínez García

I spoke with Sophie Barbasch, one of the runners up of the Photograd x Loupe competition, about her most recent project Fault Line. She documents the idiosyncrasy of her own family, using her ability as an artist to navigate through her own past.