Inside this issue
Kathleen Donohoe, Priamo Melo, Linda Bembridge & David Cundy.
I was born in 1967 in Queens, NYC, and grew up in the woods of New Jersey. I attended College of the Atlantic, and graduated from Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston with a BFA in 1995. After 28 years in Maine, I recently moved to New York City.
Príamo Melo is a chemical engineer, landscape photographer and an educator in both fields in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He frequently writes articles on photography for Brazilian magazines, is an active member of the Brazilian Nature Photographers Association (AFNATURA) and leads landscape photography expeditions both in Brazil and abroad.
Linda Bembridge is an amateur photographer based in Buckinghamshire. She is passionate about photographing the landscape in all its forms. She strives to capture the emotion of the wide vista’s whilst at the same time discovering and exploring the beauty in the detail of the ‘intimate landscape’ all around us.
I studied a degree in photography in the early nineties which helped loose all enthusiasm for it. The iphone rekindled my passion many years later and now I shoot film and digital and print with gum, salt, carbon, silver based paper and inkjet.
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