We have conducted a series of discussions with many of the contemporary photographers that we represent. They are original interviews that cannot be found anywhere else. Photographers’ motivations and personal insights can increase the viewer’s appreciation of their work, so it is our pleasure to share these with you!

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Marcus Leatherdale

Discover Marcus Leatherdale’s captivating journey from his early days in New York City’s art scene, where he worked alongside Robert Mapplethorpe, to his profound exploration of Indian tribal life through photography. Delve into his unique perspectives on self-portraiture, hidden identities, and the timeless tradition of Indian tribes, beautifully captured with his Hasselblad camera and split-tone printing technique. Follow his ongoing mission to document and preserve the disappearing cultures of India while supporting charitable causes through his work. Explore the intersection of art, anthropology, and humanity in Leatherdale’s evocative imagery.


Dialogues With Great Photographers – Dimitris Yeros

Embark on a journey into the artistic realm of Dimitris Yeros as he intertwines classical influences, surrealism, and contemporary themes in his photography. From his early fascination with Greek classical art to his exploration of the nude form, Yeros invites readers to delve into the harmonious coexistence of past, present, and future in his work. Discover his unique approach to portraiture, landscape photography, and his recent series capturing the essence of the Greek island of Lesbos amidst the backdrop of current events. Explore the rich tapestry of Yeros’s imagery, where each photograph tells a story of beauty, timelessness, and profound human connection.

Norman Seeff, The Rolling Stones, In Exile

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Norman Seeff

Explore Norman Seeff’s fascinating journey from medicine in apartheid-era South Africa to photography in New York City in this revealing interview. Discover how he captured iconic moments with artists like Patti Smith and Robert Mapplethorpe, pioneered album cover design, and delved into the essence of creativity through his lens. 


Dialogues With Great Photographers – Alison Wright

Dive into the captivating world of Alison Wright’s photography and humanitarian work as she shares poignant stories from her extensive travels and experiences. From documenting child labor in Asia to meeting iconic figures like the Dalai Lama and Aung San Suu Kyi, Wright’s work captures the resilience and beauty of people around the globe. Learn how her own near-death experience shaped her empathy and approach to photography, leading to the creation of the Faces of Hope Fund aimed at supporting women and children in crisis.


Dialogues With Great Photographers – David Yarrow

Embark on an insightful journey into the captivating world of David Yarrow’s photography, where he shares anecdotes from his early career covering sports events to his evolution into wildlife and cultural photography. Discover his unique approach to capturing remote and dangerous encounters with animals, his dedication to conservation efforts, and his ongoing quest to create images that inspire awe and awareness.


Dialogues With Great Photographers – Michael James O’Brien

Delve into the artistic journey of Michael James O’Brien as he reflects on his richly varied career in photography, from his formative years studying under Walker Evans to his captivating portraits and evocative still lifes. Gain insights into his unique approach to portraiture, his collaborations with renowned artists, and his profound exploration of themes such as memory, loss, and transformation.

Albert Watson, Naomi Campbell, Palm Springs

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Albert Watson

Embark on a journey into the captivating world of Albert Watson’s photography as he discusses his distinctive approach and extensive career spanning four decades. From his meticulous attention to print quality to his diverse use of traditional and digital techniques, Watson shares insights into his iconic portraits, fashion shoots, and global adventures, offering a glimpse into the creative mind of a master photographer.


Dialogues With Great Photographers – Joyce Tenneson

Dive into the fascinating world of Joyce Tenneson’s portraiture as she discusses her unique approach to revealing the inner-life of her subjects. From her collaborative process to her evolution from black and white to color photography, Tenneson shares insights into her diverse body of work, including her intimate connection with nature and her upcoming retrospective at Fotografiska in Stockholm.

Frank Horvat, Models Tan & Simone in Subway, Paris, 1958, Archival Pigment Photograph

Dialogues With Great Photographers – Frank Horvat

Embark on a captivating journey through the lens of Frank Horvat’s photography as he reflects on his eclectic career and unique artistic philosophy. From his early encounters with Henri Cartier-Bresson to his innovative approach to fashion photography, Horvat shares insights into the essence of portraiture, the evolution of his perspective, and the unifying concept behind his diverse body of work. Discover how new technologies have shaped his outlook and explore the potential of digital platforms to enhance the legacy of his artistry.