Cheer Up Luv: Photojournalism Tackling Sexual Harassment

Eliza Hatch is a photojournalist who uses her lens to capture and tackle women’s experiences of sexual harassment around the world.  Interview by Bella Spencer. Tell us about your project in 10 words @Cheerupluv is a photojournalism series retelling stories of sexual harassment.  Ok, you can have as many words as your heart desires now….

The Therapeutic Gaze: Manon Ouimet and Photography

Firstly, could you tell us in only 10 WORDS about your photography? My photography’s about generating trust and capturing honesty from my subjects. How did you begin? I was asked by Bettina Arndt, an internationally well-known sex therapist, to take portraits of new clients. Her clients were people who were trying to find love, using…

Based On a True Story: An Interview with the Directors

Bella Spencer interviews twin filmmaking duo Jack and Gabe Whitehead about their latest short film, Based on a True Story. The short follows the story of Henri and Verity, two amateur photographers who chance upon a competition to take a photo of ‘The Truth’. A discussion of art and pretension, it delves deep into the…

PLATHOES CAVE PRINT ISSUE VOL. 1: NOW AVAILABLE

If you’re part of our community, you’ll have heard us harping on about our first print issue by now. We recently held our launch party in London (featuring drag fortune telling, short films provided by Girls on Film  and performance by REV). For those who weren’t able to get hold of your own copy there, we’re selling…

COVER STAR: An interview with Dylan the Gypsy

Our cover star of PHC Print Vol. 1 is Dylan the Gypsy, an actress and DJ living in Brooklyn NY. She describes herself as a half Ethiopian, half American Muslim. She took a break from being a drop dead gorgeous powerhouse to answer a few questions for us. What does music mean to you? It’s…

Middlesbrough: A Small Town in Sheffield

The starting point for anything I have to say about these photos is at the same time both geographical and personal. I cannot think of myself without relation to home – without an inbuilt compass that points due north. The focus of the photos is to portray this environment, and this fundamentally involves the industrial…