Archive for category: Interviews with Photographers

Noel Camardo

10 minutes with Noel Camardo

When did you first know that you wanted to be a photographer? I come from an artistic family, but have terrible handwriting. At sixteen I found Photography, and it acted as an outlet for my creativity. I haven’t stopped taking photographs since I got my K1000 in 1996. Who were […]

"Dead Little Things" - Matthew Albanese

10 minutes with Matthew Albanese

When did you first know that you wanted to be a photographer? I remember when I was in high school someone brought home an old manual canon 35mm camera that was damaged. I remember how complicated it seemed and for whatever reason I became obsessed with understanding it. I had […]

Hanami #10 Shinjuku Gyoen. 2014 - Matthew Pillsbury/Benrubi Gallery

10 minutes with Matthew Pillsbury

When did you first know that you wanted to be a photographer? At the end of my Yale freshmen year intro photo class, my teacher Lois Conner brought in her work. They were platinum contact prints. I knew immediately that photography of that quality was what I aspired to do. […]

10 minutes with Peter Yang

10 minutes with Peter Yang

When did you first know that you wanted to be a photographer? I discovered photography a year into college. I was feeling pretty lost as a business major and wearing my one wool suit to job fairs in the Texas heat was a bonus drag. I tried out for the […]

Matt Hoyle

10 minutes with Matt Hoyle

Do you remember when you first became interested in photography? I first became interested in photography while I was a Creative Director in advertising and would search online and through books when I needed inspiration for an ad campaign. I was a fan of anyone from David LaChapelle to Nadav […]