The women of UP Photographers are seeking applications for a new online portfolio review program designed for women, intersex and non-binary photographers.
Whether you are still shooting or editing your work, this will be an opportunity to get feedback from the women of UP Photographers (Julia Baier, Meg Hewitt, Graciela Magnoni, Alison McCauley, Melissa O’Shaughnessy and Eléonore Simon).
To submit, please email the below material to portfolio[at]upphotographers[dot]com by September 30th.
Note that participation is free of charge but limited. Selected applicants will be contacted regarding next steps and to schedule a conference call.
-A portfolio with no fewer than 12 images, and no more than 30 images
-A short biography (up to 200 words)
-Optional but highly encouraged: a text supporting your portfolio and describing what you are hoping to achieve through the portfolio review (up to 500 words)
-Links to your website/social media if applicable
If you have any questions, please email us at the above-mentioned address. Best of luck!
We are delighted to announce that Meg Hewitt has joined UP. Her gritty, expressive photographs harken back to film noir and the ground-breaking Japanese photography magazine PROVOKE. Meg lives in Sydney, Australia and has undertaken long-term projects in Tokyo and New Orleans. Join us in giving Meg a warm welcome.
The photographs in Matt Stuart’s new book, “Into the Fire” were all made in Slab City, an off-the-grid community located in the Sonoran Desert in Southern California. The book is limited to 1000 copies, and is available with a choice of two covers. Pre-orders open now at Setanta Books.
Shin Noguchi’s project “The World the Children Made” featured on Arctribe. See the full article here.
Matt Stuart interview with Alan Schaller and Christopher Hooton on the Candela Podcast. Listen here or on your favorite podcast app.