Contemporary Wedding Photography Tips
1. Tell us briefly about yourself
My name is Andreas Schroeder. Born and raised in Berlin, in what was East Germany but have now been living for the past seven years in London with my wife Nana and our ginger cat Mopsi.
2. How did you get into photography?
I started getting involved in photography at the age of 14 with a real SLR, the EXA 1B, manufactured in East Germany/Saxon. As the model used celluloid film, I explored the world of darkrooms. Due to the laborious nature developing the negative to print, I took care from the moment I pressed the shutter button, following the process of putting the film into in all the chemicals until I had the final picture in my hand.
Interview With A London Based Russian Artist - Rinat Shingareev With A Gallery Of His Pop Iconographic Works
Hi Renat, please tell us briefly about yourself
My art education career began in Russia, where I finished a fine arts school and took a multitude of courses from interior design to web design. Those years also involved a lot of gallery shows of my paintings. Later on, I continued my education in Italy, where I finished the Fine Art Academy with honors. My works have been exhibited in group shows through out Italy, Germany and Austria and I’ve appeared in many Italian magazines. My paintings are done with oils on canvas.
Interview with Georgian Self-taught Jewelry Designer Maia Mikashavidze
Tell us about yourself, your background and the place where you live.
I am a psychologist by professional background and I have ten years of musical education. It may sound surprising but I ran a successful pharmacy business for almost twelve years. I was never thought of by anyone as being capable of creating luxury jewelry and I do not have any formal education in jewelry making. However since a very young age I've been distinctive from others by my individualism. I never wanted to be like anyone else, I loved dressing with taste and differently. In other words, I had almost all the qualities, creative talent and desire that were necessary for my present work.