Category: shoot the breeze

Shoot the Breeze: Fatine-Violette Sabiri

Fatine-Violette Sabiri is an up and coming photographer living between Montreal and Casblanca, where she was originally born. 20 years old, Fatine’s documentation of the teenage world is intimate and true. Images of her boyfriend laying in bed, or a friend’s expectant stare, make for…

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Shoot the Breeze: Dafy Hagai

Photographer and fellow member of The Ardorous, Dafy Hagai explores the female subject in suburban Israel. My favourite of her works depict grand Arab structures. Dafy’s zines, ‘Israeli Girls’ and ‘Pink Arab’ feel as much like fashion as they do documentary. -CM  1. Why do you…

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Shoot the Breeze: Corey Olsen

My buddy Corey Olsen has knack for finding the uncanny hidden within the mundane and creating exciting photos through chaste subtlety. His works are sometimes like dreamy stock photos or somehow-honest glamour shots. When we walk around Chinatown in New York he stops every couple…

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Shoot the Breeze: Noel Rodo-Vankeulen

Noel Rodo-Vankeulen is a writer and photographer living in a suburban city in Ontario, Canada. Each picture I’ve seen from him is entirely different from the next. Noel told me he’ll use anything to “make” an image, from flatbed scanners to running inkjet paper through a…

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Shoot the Breeze: Brad McMurray

Brad McMurray takes pictures of sidewalks, tree trunks, walls, and other unlikely subjects. We fell in love with his photography back in July and put his photo of the lady in the red suit on the cover of issue #8. Brad told us that his photos…

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Shoot the Breeze: Grace Denis

Gloria contributed to our first ever printed issue, and we’ve been following her ever since. Her photos are strange and bright, making it impossible for me to guess when and where they were taken. 1. Why do you take photos? As a way of digesting…

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Shoot the Breeze: Cheyenne Sophia

Cheyenne Sophia’s work is autobiographical, depicting herself, her sexuality, and her friends between Brooklyn and Montreal. Her world is simultaneously dark and bright, kinda like neon signage at nighttime. Highly saturated, intimate, and somehow sci-fi, her pix are a departure from the usual photography I’ve been seeing…

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Shoot the Breeze: Michel Nguie

Michel Nguie comes from the suburbs of France. His pix are wild and grimy and lead me to believe he travels Europe with a pack of lost boys who bathe in swimming holes. But that’s probably not true. I don’t actually know anything about him…

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Shoot the Breeze: Amanda Morgan Jansson

Amanda Morgan Jansson is a photographer working in the UK. She’s also the editor-in-chief at Dreck Magazine. Her trademark photos are DIY fashion shoots, speckled with dust, and often starring her sister Emma Elina Kiera Jones. Always shooting and traveling together, the two of them depict…

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Shoot the Breeze: Jamie Campbell

By Darby Milbrath Toronto based photographer Jamie Campbell takes pics that look like film stills from a sci-fi movie. The shots of the drapes remind me of Twin Peaks. Right now he’s working on a new project about a rare cat condition. 1. Why do…

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Shoot the Breeze: Nico Krijno

Intro by Maya Laner No matter how humdrum the subject matter, Nico Krijno makes it seem as if its just been beamed down from another planet. Somehow we found his work all the way from Cape Town, South Africa and ended up using his photo for our…

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Shoot the Breeze: Darby Milbrath

Intro by Thursday Friday Darby Milbrath is one of the wildest people I have ever met. She’s quiet and mysterious. She’s a total sleeper… She is down for anything. Real Ja Rule material… A mystic weirdo in the best possible way. God broke the mould…

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Shoot the Breeze: Dimitri Karakostas

By Jessica Carroll A poster by Blood of the Young, a Brooklyn/Toronto zine collective, features Tupac’s face with the words “Have you seen him?” arranged aggressively below. It’s a haunting assertion when you consider it in reference to the rapper, but also rings strangely true…

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Shoot the Breeze: Hudson Hayden

By Darby Milbrath Hudson Hayden is old fashioned in his practice. His pics of landscapes, trucks, and working class heroes are Canadian, clean, and with such effort and control that they appear strangely calm. There’s a loneliness in his work. 1. Why do you take…

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Shoot the Breeze: Adrienne Kammerer

By Darby Milbrath Adrienne Kammerer is a self taught, Toronto based artist, best known for her goth graphite drawings. Adrienne was holidaying in Japan recently and we thought we’d catch up with her and share some of her trip pics. Check out her drawings here:…

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Shoot the Breeze: Lauren Burns Coady

By Darby Milbrath Lauren Burns Coady is multitalented, funny, and fashionable. She is a dj, artist, and student at Columbia. The textures and patterns in her photos are reminiscent of music and fabric. To Lauren, photography is a way of exploring ideas and themes in…

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