A beach long 2,5 Km in Marina Di Massa, flanked to historical buildings, dating back to the Fascist period, that still at a distance of years, affect the territory and vacationers who frequent the beach. The territory is varied and … Continue reading Pocket Beach by Salvatore Matarazzo
When interviewing someone, you are never sure in which direction the talk might go. This conversation lasted nearly 6 months. While we were able to get to know each other, some part of the conversation was cut for privacy reasons. … Continue reading An unusual interview with DIADA
Safia Delta is an artist from the South of France. In a progression through years of unique projects, her work has evolved into more of a question than an answer. What she deems beautiful does not necessarily coincide with aesthetic, … Continue reading An Experimental Interview with Safia Delta
This interview started way back in November of 2016, way way waaaay back before some really bad sh*t happened for most of the folks interested in reading this blog. Coincidentally, Mike’s camera was also broke during that time. After getting … Continue reading Mike McCawley talks about everything but gear
Unless you’ve been hiding under a rock for the last decade, you’ve at least seen Salvatore’s strikingly bright flashwork, if not heard his name. He’s one of the first people that comes to mind in adding a significant contribution to the modern flash zeitgeist. Of course, we are really happy to have him join our team. Please welcome the venerable, Salvatore Matarrazo! FF: Sal! So happy to have you aboard man, your photos are so unique to you. How did you develop this style? And how do you seem to do is so effortlessly? SAL: I’m happy to be on board, … Continue reading SAL-VATORE MATARAZZZZZZZOOOO!