Shane Terry

With his evident interest for conveying mysteries and fascination for colors and textures, Shane Terry delights in taking vibrant snapshots of everyday life and being immersed in his love of the analogue process. After flipping through the photos above from his series entitled “Southbound Freight“, proceed to our chat with the Toronto-based photographer in this…

Berangere Altier

After a long hiatus, our Hero of the Week section resumes with an interview with Los Angeles-based Berangere Altier. A multi-faceted photographer, she’s a perfectionist obsessed with flawless prints, a traveller inspired by everyday things, and one of Hayao Miyazaki’s biggest fans — to name a few of her interests. In this chat, she also…

Marc-Antoine Léveillé

Inspired by Man Ray, special effects lover and experimenter Marc-Antoine Léveillé, our Hero of the Week, tells us about his work, philosophy, and the poetry in his colorful 35mm photos. Your work with 35mm color film has resulted in you producing a beautiful collection of saturated and tonally rich photographs. What would you say is…

Johann Husser

Landscapes altered by man, deserted cities, everyday objects and people in a self-created environment. Are those real places and people or just dreams? Welcome to the nostalgic world of Johann Husser. Please tell us a little about yourself. Who are you, where are you from, and what do you do? I am Johann Husser, 26…

Adrien Blondel

Adrien Blondel was born and raised in Normandy, France. He graduated with cinematographer degree and now works in the film industry as a grip, director of photography and cameraman. His photography focuses on architecture and landscape, and explores the relationship between people and their environment, the idea of the functionality of our surroundings, and a…

Sebastian Cvitanic

Intimate and sincere – these are undoubtedly the characteristics of portraits he takes. In the digital age, he still often uses film, which gives him the opportunity to fully focus on the model. The intellectual connection he builds with other artists he works with results in inspiration which can easily be seen in his photographs.…

Esben Bøg – Jensen

A photographer, traveler, and avid fan of Andrei Tarkovsky, our Hero of the Week, Esben Bøg – Jensen, takes us to an intimate journey full of beautiful women, quiet places, and the delicate thrill of his photographys uncovering the feelings deeply hidden in all of us. Why don’t you read through our interview below and…

Birthe Piontek

“Sub Rosa takes us by the hand to lead us back to a magical, mystical place; like a sneak peek behind doors we thought had been closed behind us forever. We catch a glimpse of the unplumbed depth of human souls concealed behind innocent faces and intimate moments, which seem to have originated from our…

Normen Gadiel

Normen Gadiel, our newest Hero of the Week, deals with photography in his spare time. But, we believe that he can successfully do it full time, looking at his melancholic portraits that captivate us with their mood. Make sure to read what he told us about his photographs in this interview! 
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Alice Zoo

Alice Zoo is a very talented photographer, an analogue lover for sure, and definitely a true Whattaroll Hero of the Week. In this feature, she takes us to a magical journey from Iceland to India, with a short stop at the Appleby Horse Fair. Pack your stuff and come along with us! 
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