We have nothing but admiration for all the amazing creative work that photographers are producing all over the world. In our exhibition reviews and our profolios of international photographers we shine a light on the work of some of the most gifted artist.


The Art of Storytelling: Joshua Singh
Meet Joshua Singh, a San Francisco-based photographer whose lens transforms urban life into captivating narratives. With a focus on street, portrait, and surreal photography, Singh's work captures both the beauty of cityscapes and the emotions of their inhabitants.
From Blueprint to Shutter: Nat Kaspar's Dual Passion for Architecture and Photography
Meet Nat Kaspar, a talented architect living and working in the bustling metropolis of New York City. Beyond her professional pursuits, Nat has nurtured a deep-rooted love for travel, photography, and ink drawing.
A Symphony of Visual Stories: Exploring Pop Culture and Cityscapes through Aaron Cohen's Lens
Aaron Cohen, a self-taught photographer born and raised in New York City, weaves captivating visual stories. Starting as a graffiti artist, his love for pop art and bold colors shines through his vivid imagery. 
Through the Eyes of a Visionary: Gonzalo Javier Santile's Artistic Exploration in Photography
In the vast expanse of the night sky, one photographer, Gonzalo Javier Santile, has found his true calling, transforming his passion for wide-field astro landscape photography into a remarkable journey of recognition and acclaim.
Capturing The Essence Of Surf Photography: Insights From An Ocean Documentarian
In our exclusive interview with surf photographer Phillip Hernandez, he shares his journey from urban landscapes to capturing the beauty and action of surfing. Hernandez parallels his former fine-art work in Washington, D.C., and his current passion for ocean scapes. 
Unveiling the Artistic Journey of David Cortes: Capturing the Essence of Surfing
This collection has afforded him the invaluable gift of time – time to fully immerse himself in the unfolding narratives, delve deeper into the souls of his subjects, and artfully convey their unique stories through his lens.
Pushing the Boundaries of Fashion Photography with Matus Toth’s Avant-Garde Vision
In a world where so much of our lives are lived online, Toth's work reminds us of the power of art to connect us to the world around us.
‘Planet COOPH’ by Bjarne Hauschildt
At COOPH we love to see the work of up-and-coming artists.
A Journey through the Lens: The Storytelling Artistry of Justin Wirtalla

Embark on an adventure through the eyes of a celebrated photographer and filmmaker, capturing the wonders of life on the open road. Justin Wirtalla is an eminent cinematographer and published photographer from the awe-inspiring Northwestern Montana. After nearly twenty years of perfecting his craft, he has cultivated an ardor for narrative through his chosen medium.

Project: Luke Jackson Clark
Luke’s photography is breathtaking. His images capture the beauty of the world and the essence of the cultures he encounters. Each photo is carefully composed and edited, showcasing the world in a way that leaves the viewer in awe. Through his work, Luke hopes to inspire others to explore the world and learn what it offers.
Tales of Failed Romance: Polina Washington
For many years, Polina focused on film photography, honing her skills and developing her style. However, she eventually switched to digital photography, which opened up a new world of possibilities. Her work is characterized by rich, saturated colors and expert use of light, resulting in striking and cinematic images.
PROFOLIO: Laura Sanchez
Laura Sanchez is a talented self-taught French photographer who captures the beauty of the urban environment through her lens. Her work is defined by minimalistic framing, emphasizing the colors and symmetrical lines of the cityscape.
Antonio Fernandez -  Ephemeral 
Antonio's series titled, Ephemeral captures the focal point of his vision, emphasizing the ethereal landscapes formed by the seawater on the beach sand. He states, "The sea will sculpt the sand. Different elements will appear in the composition, or the light will never be the same as before."
Flamingos An Aerial Series by Raj Mohan
Raj states, "The never-ending sea of pink due to tens of thousands of flamingos was dreamy. Also, flamingos being social birds, always stay in flocks/colonies and stick together for various reasons (to avoid predators, maximize food intake & use nesting sites efficiently). Their behavioral traits were impressive & while capturing them from an aerial perspective, the movement of flocks forming different shapes was nothing less than art."
The Architectural Phenomenon of Gino Ricardo World Cities
Gino’s style is unique in its abstract, graphic qualities that play with shape and form, utilizing high contrast. His imagery can come across as striking and sometimes even alienating.
Thandiwe Muriu CAMO
Thandiwe Muriu is a photographer born and raised in Nairobi, Kenya. As a female artist working in a formerly male-dominated field, one of her greatest passions is centered around celebrating and empowering fellow women. Her CAMO series does just that.
PROFOLIO: Maciek Jasik
Maciek Jasik is a self-taught Polish-born American visual artist. His primary focus centers around Western society’s relationship with nature and concerns questions of identity, representation, and the self.
PROFOLIO: Erik Johansson
We asked Erik to create a PROFOLIO of some of his favorite photographs…
Christian Vizl - I am Water
Christian Vizl is an underwater photographer born in Mexico City. He has been featured in National Geographic’s Blue Hope Book, My Modern Met, and WIRED. In 2019 he published his first book, “Silent Kingdom,” which won a gold medal in the books/nature category at the BIFA awards (2019). He has also exhibited at the Museo del Agua (2019). 
Karen Constine: (un) real landscape: Los Angeles plays itself
Karen Constine is a Los Angeles-based photographer. Her photographic works blur the line between fine Art and documentary, where she examines cultural traditions and spaces in transitional periods. She considers her work a visual exploration of contemporary pilgrimages. 
Exhibition Review: Edifice as Artifact
Edifice as Artifact is an exhibition running through September 17th (2022) at Bruce Silverstein Gallery (New York). Turkish artist Ahment Ertug takes monumental photographs. Originally, Ahment was trained as an architect and has spent his life documenting the interiors of...

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