Our Top Stories for 2016

Photography by Camille Robiou Du Pont While still excited from our recent milestone with Maasai Magazine, it’s time for us to round up the stories that defined the passing year for us, and our partners, readers, and featured artists. Despite setbacks and our print issue being delayed, we are really grateful to all the talented…

Love Me Not

This week on Photo Stories, we shine the spotlight on the works of our great friend and collaborator, Seoul-based photographer Sharon Heit, who recently shared with us her wonderful collection of shots! By effectively blending floral elements with her ongoing explorations of femininity, she created an astonishing portrait set filled with both strength and vulnerability.…

Backs

With imagery shrouded mystery, today’s wonderful photo story comes from London-based artist, Toby Harvard. Shot with a combination of his trusted 35mm cameras and Kodak Ektar 100 film, his soft-focused photographs of lonely figures resonate a strange sense of intrigue and unbelievable calm. Baked in soft tones and often juxtaposed with the luminescent glow of…

Tereza Cervenova

The experience of time, feeling of longing for something, and intimacy are three major themes in the work of our Hero of the Week, Slovakia-born Tereza Cervenova. Now living and working in London, she takes us to a world full of feelings which are effectively merged with her photographs in the very basic level. The…

Crimson Peak

Always a favorite with us here at Whattaroll, today we welcome our great friend, the talented Andrej Russkovskij! Taken during the Christmas holidays, his delightful imagery transforms his hometown of Sondrio in the Italian Alps into a golden backdrop that exudes warmth amidst the winter. Expertly blending the elegance of his muse with the use…

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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Greg Bricknell

With images that are raw and incredibly emotive in nature, today’s wonderful work is presented by film photographer Greg Bricknell of Melbourne, Australia. Choosing to drape his muses in harsh shadows and moments of intense light, Greg’s collection is bold and beautiful in style. But, take a step back and his works reveal a disarming…