Interview with Pierre Liebaert

Interview with Pierre Liebaert

“It’s sad to see people whose lives think for them, instead of the inverse. We have to think our life, we have to build it, we have to sculpt life. And time. We have to do something interesting with time.”
—Pierre Liebaert (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Karoliina Paatos

Interview with Karoliina Paatos

“Well, the image of a cowboy is basically a young dude. A rascal, a solitary hero. And then I’m showing these two little girls who do exactly as the big cowboys can do. They are so handy and brave."
—Karoliina Paatos (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Doug Rickard

Interview with Doug Rickard

"I came to the understanding pretty quickly that social media and the internet put into place a real predatory dynamic, where basically it motivated people to take video of other people to put up on YouTube to get shares, likes or comments."
—Doug Rickard (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Maurice Mikkers

Interview with Maurice Mikkers

“Normally, in public, I wouldn’t really cry, or I wouldn’t show you, because I don’t know you. But if I can capture the tear, and image it, and tell a little bit about the moment, I open up and I can maybe connect with you without actually crying in public.”
—Maurice Mikkers (TEDxAmsterdam)
Interview with Karen Marshall

Interview with Karen Marshall

“I started to realize that there was a language that women share with each other and oftentimes it’s really hard to describe. And so I thought, well, if it’s so hard to describe, then maybe photographs will really articulate it.”
—Karen Marshall (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Roger Ballen

Interview with Roger Ballen

“The pictures also should be like a truth or an essence, and things that are truths or essences are also difficult to talk about; they just are.”
—Roger Ballen (GUP Magazine)