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Upcoming Issue 8 Interview: Briony Campbell

Interview by Maria Giorgia Lenzi –

Photographer and filmmaker Briony Campbell’s  image Paul and Wahida starting over is our Issue 8 Turning Point. In this short interview she discusses her many inspirations, her collaborative projects, and her struggle to make her personal and intimate work for The Dad Project.

Issue 5 Interview: Nicola Muirhead

Interview by Poleta Ianeva –

Nicola Muirhead is a London-based documentary photographer. We featured her project In Brutal Presence, which explores issues of social housing in London, in Issue 5 shortly before the Grenfell tragedy. In this interview she discusses how her work changed in response the event, then reflects on the power of words and photography to lift people up after such tragedy, before going on to talk about her new projects Grace Notes and The Last Place on Earth.

International photography – Australia: Jane Brown and Gerwyn Davies

International Photography: is a new series of conversations from Loupe. Each edition is held by a writer and two photographers, who all share ties to a country. The series searches for commonalities in photographic output from particular regions, as well as discussing the photographers’ own practices.

Photographic Duos: Manon et Jacob

Photographic Duos is a 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 co-authorship alongside the benefits of collective creativity.

Interview by  Álvaro Martínez García –

A new artistic duo has flourished in the British photographic scene. Photographer Manon Ouimet and filmmaker Jacob Perlmutter have combined their individual styles into one melting pot, providing a contemporary photography and filmmaking service. In our conversation, they explain the perks of joining forces, and their shared ambition as Manon et Jacob. The duo will celebrate its launch at an event on Brick Lane, London later this month.

Issue 6 Interview: Jonathan Goldberg

Interview by Harry Flook

Jonathan made our Portrait Page back in issue 6, with his image from The Runway Stops Here. In this interview he shares his thoughts and advice on commissioned work, then discusses how the camp at Grow Heathrow developed into a body of work that has kept his attention for 6 years.

Photographic Duos: An Interview With Niñorojo Project

Photographic Duos is a 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 co-authorship alongside the benefits of collective creativity.

Interview by Álvaro Martínez García –

I recently interviewed Pascual Martínez and Vincent Sáez, a Spanish photographic duo who go by the name of Niñorojo Project, which translates as ‘Redkid Project’. As Niñorojo, Pascual and Vincent merge their identities, in a venture that has so far resulted in their first book The Tree of Life is Eternally Green, a vivid journey through the people and nature of Romania, published this year by Overlapse. I interviewed Pascual and Vincent to discuss the project, their strong connection to Romania,  and their bold approach to collaboration and authorship.

Photographic Duos: An Interview with Luke and Nik

Photographic Duos is a 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 co-authorship alongside the benefits of collective creativity.

Interview by Harry Flook

Luke and Nik, a part London part Copenhagan based duo, have been working together for 9 years. Their playful approach to fashion has won them work with an impressive list of clients, including Stella McCartney, Tommy Hilfiger and Jigsaw, as well as editorial platforms such as Metal and New York Magazine. In this interview we discuss their shared approach to briefs and the value they place in collaboration.

Photographic Duos: An Interview with Lola and Pani

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

Interview by Bertie Oakes –

Despite having only formally worked together for 2 years, Lola and Pani are perhaps one of the best-known duos in the photographic industry. Both award winning photographers in their own right, since joining forces they have shot a mix of personal projects, commercial fashion campaigns, and editorials for clients ranging from Vogue.it, Burberry, and Champion to Bloomberg Businessweek and the Financial Times. This interview sees them discuss the challenges of balancing these different forms of work, while providing an insight to the finer details of their working relationship.

Photographers in Publishing: An interview with Iain Sarjeant, founder of Another Place Press

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

Interview by Álvaro Martínez García

For this weeks Photographers in Publishing interview I talked to Iain Sarjeant. Through his publishing company Another Place, he further explores his interest for landscape and the world we live in, an organic extension of the subjects he deals with as a photographer. Sarjeant is a prime example of ‘doing what you love’, which means an exceptional commitment to his publishing company, a one man venture where he is involved in every stage of each project he publishes.

Issue 7 interview: Kate Stanworth

Interview by Poleta Ianeva

Kate Stanworth is a London based photographer, exploring the world through documentary and portrait photography. She discussed her Turning Point in Loupe Issue 7, and in this interview we discuss her practice more broadly, revealing what it means for her to communicate with people through the camera.

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