When it comes to photography, Martin Stranka is a game changer. Hear his inspiring story and discover how he makes his works - there's a method to his magic.
In an age where digital photography is the name of the game, and the development process has somewhat lost its charm, Eleanor Cunningham is a photographer with a difference. We sat down with Eleanor to find out more about how these works come into being, and what the dark room means to her.
Pedro Correa is a fine art photographer with a difference. With a recent solo show in London, and a portfolio just launched on Rise Art, we decided to sit down with him and find out more about his work, and this elusive thing he terms the decisive moment.
We sat down with dancer, choreographer and photographer Cody Choi to ask him 5 questions about how he fell into the world of art and the things that inspire him every day.
Experimental artist Vesa Kivinen pioneered 'Artevo': a new form of art combining body painting, oil on canvas and nature photography. We caught up with the artist just after his most recent exhibit at the Biohacker Summit in London, quizzing him about upcoming projects and the inspiration behind his works...
We touch base with dedicated freelance photographer Nick Miners, quizzing him about his Icelandic excursions, commercial commissions in London and everything in between...
New to Rise Art, peripatetic photographer Algy Brinton is featured in the Sunday Times Magazine.
Robin Friend has spent the last five years exploring with his camera the abandoned metal mines in the north of Wales.
Rosie Emerson is a woman with a love for the beautiful. Through the use of photography, screen printing, hand-painting, and gold-leafing she delivers the different facades of women. Whether they be femme fatales or celestial beings what she primarily focuses on is bringing out that alluring innate nature of a woman. Here we get a rare close encounter on what goes on in the mind and process behind her limited edition "Shrine" print series.
Working during the extremes of the day and using low exposure, Geoffrey Ansel Agrons is particularly intrigued by the boundaries between land and water and the contradictory, often confused, emotions these can evoke. With the uneasy coexistence between human populations and the natural world as a central focus of Argons's photography, we ask Geoffrey ten questions about his work to learn a little more.