IN-CAMERA 2: Rolph Gobits.

“To me, people are like lighthouses in a very big ocean, with wind and rain and waves trying to break them and make them go under.” – Rolph Gobits. Did you come from an arty family Rolph? I did not come from an arty family at all. Do you remember being aware of photography whist growing up in Holland? I was aware of photography at a very young age when growing up in Amsterdam. I was about five or six years old whenRead more

AVOID THE FACE: Guy Bourdin & Charles Jourdan

One of the first ads I remember liking: It just seemed so exotic. Surely fashion ads featured smiley, but unattainable models demonstrating how to wear that product? An arse, virtually against the camera lens, puts the product in the shade. The name of these shoes is printed in tiny, little type. It’s as if they don’t give a shit. Which is why it’s so cool. The cool don’t pander. If you’re very cool you forge your own path; surprising, shockingRead more