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Subscribers 4×4 Portfolios

Beatrice Moltani, Dibs McCallum, Paul Hetzel & Steve Gledhill

Beatrice Moltani

I am an Italian artist based in London. I work with photography, moving images and text to evoke the chaotic passing of time when confronted with grief.


Dibs McCallum

I am a Norfolk photographer documenting landscape architecture decay and the history of these locations. I like to challenge people’s perceptions of decaying objects and how they co-exist on the landscape.


Paul Hetzel

Paul Hetzel is an amateur photographer living in Springfield, Massachusetts. His passion is photographing natural and urban landscapes. His work has been heavily influenced by workshops with Jack Holowitz and John Sexton, and studying the work of Michael Kenna and George Tice. He has published a book of images taken in Greenland.


Steve Gledhill

Steve Gledhill, ARPS

I’m primarily a landscape photographer though that does encompass almost anything I find whilst out hiking. I particularly enjoy my photography when it’s building a body of work or project such as hiking The Thames Path or The Cotswold Way or Bredon Hill throughout 2016.


Welcome to our 4x4 feature which is a set of four mini landscape photography portfolios submitted from our subscribers. Each portfolios consisting of four images related in some way.

Submit Your 4x4 Portfolio

Interested in submitting your work? We're on the lookout for new portfolios for the next few issues, so please do get in touch!

If you would like to submit your 4x4 portfolio, please visit this page for submission information. You can view previous 4x4 portfolios here.

Beatrice Moltani

A Midwinter Day's Dream

Dibs McCallum

Night Bunkers

Paul Hetzel

A minimalist view of Yellowstone National Park

Steve Gledhill

Home Skies

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