Mapping Garapa

Garapa is a collective of photographers and multimedia artists founded in São Paulo, Brazil in 2007. Initially integrated by Leo Caobelli, Paulo Fehlauer and Rodrigo Marcondes, nowadays the group has 8 members on and off. The collective is concerned with conceiving and producing critical and independent documentary content, integrating alternative narratives and storytelling. Members are … Continue reading

Mapping Galeria Experiência

Diego Lajst, Juliana Nadin, Daniel Gutierrez, Davi Boarato and Ali Cameron form Galeria Experiência. The collective has been in existence since 2008, with a work dynamic which prioritizes equality and independence. Our work is guided by photographic aesthetics, and blends together video, photos, audio and text. Besides commercial work, we also have strong authorial research, … Continue reading

Mapping Dreamboats Collective

Dreamboats Collective is a photo agency specializing in fine art and editorial work. The collective was founded in 2008 by Adam Golfer, Joe Leavenworth, TJ Proechel and Daniel Shea, four friends who attended the Maryland Institute College of Art. Originally, DBC began as an image blog and “studio space,” for the members to keep abreast … Continue reading

Mapping Verso Images

Verso Images is a Russian collective of the five emerging documentary photographers, working on stories of social changes in Russia and former USSR. It was founded in 2009. The collective consists of five members: Olga Kravets (based in London), Maria Morina (based in Moscow), Alexander Sedelnikov (based n St. Petersburg), Victor Yuliev (based in St. … Continue reading

Mapping Boreal Collective

Consisting of Canadian-based photojournalists Rafal Gerszak, Aaron Vincent Elkaim, Brett Gundlock, Jonathan Taggart and Ian Willms, the Boreal Collective is committed to the documentation of injustice and inequities that exist environmentally, socially, culturally and politically in Canada and abroad. Boreal is devoted to revealing impactful and compelling narratives, from front page news stories to topics … Continue reading

Mapping Belgrade Raw

BelgradeRaw is a collective of five photographers showing a different Belgrade. We don’t care about common touristic & glam stuff, instead we focus on real people and places. Our goal is to help build a better, more open and honest image of our city. For that purpose, we use the following: Our website, to showcase different sets … Continue reading

Mapping TerraProject

TerraProject Photographers is an Italian collective of documentary photographers founded in Florence in 2006. TerraProject currently has four members: Michele Borzoni, Simone Donati, Pietro Paolini and Rocco Rorandelli. Coming from diverse educational backgrounds, the photographers of the collective complement each other in the various aspects of their photographic work, from project managing to distribution. In … Continue reading

The video killed the radio star…

… But gave a new life to photographs and photostories!!! This past weekend I was busy putting together a couple of showreels for the opening of FORMAT… Here is ASA collective’s one. EnjoY!

Mapping the collectives

This time next week, Mapping the Flâneur will be opening as part of the Collectives Encounter exhibition ‘The Flâneur: The Dwelling Place of the Collective’ at Format11. Below is the list of collectives contributing work to the installation: ASA Collective / UK Belgrade Raw / Serbia Black Box / Nigeria Black Dog Collective / Denmark … Continue reading

talking about walking (without cameras) tomorrow in Newcastle

As part of the Collectives Encounter parallel activities, the North East Photography Network invited Wideyed photo collective to go for a walk as part of their series of ‘Photography Walks’. This project aims to develop themed walks where the group will think about and discuss aspects of photography while walking around different parts of the … Continue reading