J. S. B.
Design for Interaction and Moving Image.

My work, travels, thoughts and influences.

Lee Chang Ming

zzzzoom:

1. who are you?

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2. when did you start shooting?

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3. what inspires you?

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4. why do you take pictures?

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5. where would you like to be right now?

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6. how do you understand photography (or art in general)?

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7. anything you would like to add?

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Interview #394: Jessica Bishopp on her photo book "See What I See"

nopefun:

imageSee What I See is a collection of personal photographic insights into African life through the eyes of 18 Gambian students. The photographs are intimate and candid, bringing a new perspective to images of Africa from the inside.

Lee Chang Ming: How did the idea for the book “See What I…

what a beautiful workspace! you can tell a lot about a person from their workspace…
hifas:

From Here To ThereJana Sterbak
snowce:

Olaf Martens
Got famous…
shittyrigs:

"we needed to get a long smooth shot around a council estate, we didn’t have a car so i decided to cycle with the flycam. also i didn’t know the route, so we taped my iphone to my chest with facetime on so jess could give me directions. "
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photobookshow:

almost there… see you all at the opening in 18 hours ish…
wesandersonpalettes:

Steve Zissou: Don’t point that gun at him, he’s an unpaid intern.
I just found an amazing blog that I have to share with everyone who loves anything about the history of London! Check out Caroline’s Miscellany blog for everything you want to know about London’s history but didn’t realise existed! There is also an article about her here on the Londonist. Ghost signs, historic secret houses, UK’s largest prefab estate and Postman’s Park, I am definitely seeing London slightly differently now. 
My alter ego Jeff is at it again…
These will make your day! It makes me want to make my own poster campaign…
http://www.thepoke.co.uk/2013/05/03/30-amazing-street-posters/
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