Poetic Contradiction:
 Interview with Margo Moritz

Poetic Contradiction:
 Interview with Margo Moritz

San Francisco photographer Margo Moritz has shot live and studio-based dance for various companies including Hope Mohr and ODC. In this exclusive interview with MOH, Ms. Moritz describes the evolution of her distinctive synthesis of dance and photography....
Free-diving : Interview with Kanoa Zimmerman

Free-diving : Interview with Kanoa Zimmerman

From the breathtaking black and white images of solitary, bold spear fishers and turbulent breaking waves that are common to Kanoa Zimmerman's photography, I'm surprised to find the artist slightly shy to talk about his work.

AMERICAN FALLS: An interview with Phil Solomon

Phil Solomon's rare contribution to experimental film spans collaborations with Stan Brakhage all the way to machinima. Doug Cummings recently caught up with the influential filmmaker to discuss American Falls his acclaimed 2010 three channel video and other works.
Oh how I miss you so: Interview with Sonja Och

Oh how I miss you so: Interview with Sonja Och

There was a time I wished that I could just accept the answers I got. Life would be so much easier if I didn't feel forced to get behind everything - you come to a point in life when you realize that you are the only one who can answer the questions which are important to you. It was a long search for me to find the instrument for it. Something that makes sense to me.
From The Ground up: Interview with Stéphane Nguyen

From The Ground up: Interview with Stéphane Nguyen

Mmm, not really. I guess I have too much of an eclectic taste to really have a favorite photographer. It goes from Martin Parr (for the aesthetic) to Weegee (for the freakish), Pierre & Gilles to Hiroshi Sugimoto, Mapplethorpe to Avedon… A lot of queer stuff, now that I think about it. For me, it’s all about using this medium to express a ...
DOWN THE ROAD A PIECE in Lost America : Interview with Troy Pavia

DOWN THE ROAD A PIECE in Lost America : Interview with Troy Pavia

It’s like you’re thumbing your nose at death. Sometimes my work takes on a festive “Day of the Dead” quality, like I’m saying, “I’m not scared of you.” I’m laughing in the face of it, givin’ them a big send off. All this stuff is about to die. It’s like taking pictures of people in their deathbeds. That sounds fucked up, doesn’t it? “Oh, there’s somebody dying; lemme take their picture.”
Scott  MacDonald Interview by: George B. Sanchez-Tello

Scott MacDonald Interview by: George B. Sanchez-Tello

Scott and I followed the bull and story and found ourselves side by side with the ranch hands as they tried to lure and lasso the bull. At some point, I looked up from the action and noticed more than a dozen police rifles aimed in our direction, targeting the bull. Nobody had to ask me to move. I ran, but not Scott. He clung to a ...