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Witold Ziomek

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February 18, 2019






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Who are you?

My name is Witold Ziomek and I am 25 years old. I live in Krakow, Poland, where I work full-time. For the last two years I have spent every spare moment traveling with the camera around my neck. I'm mainly interested in nature, I do not like cities. I love feeling when shooting. Paying attention to every detail, incident light.

 

What are you working on at the moment? 

I do not work on any specific project. I plan next trips from month to month. The place where I will choose mainly depends on the price of plane tickets :)

 

How would you describe your work?

I am taking photographs in my own way, I am not interested in any frames or drawers. I like lines, symmetry. I meditate over photos for a very long time, because something does not always match. My photos are stylistically chaotic, but it shows well my way of being and traveling.

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

Max Muench from the German Roamers and Benjamin Hardman. Pictures of Reuben Wu are a masterpiece for me. Benjamin Everett smashes my brain.

 

What was the last thing that inspired you?

Everything inspires me. Writing this text, b. Two hours before the plane to Keflavik I could not take my eyes off the lamp in the underground car park at Ikea. Photography teaches me to see beauty.

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

I love Portfoliobox for its simplicity. Just click here, write the text - voila, it's great. I do not have time to design a complicated website, to look for people to code. I wanted to create a nice and functional portfolio in a short time, and Portfoliobox has helped me with this.

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Kaká Lobo

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February 07, 2019



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Tell us a bit about you

I’m a Brazilian stylist with a background in art direction. I have studied photography and visual arts before working in the fashion industry.

 

What is your next creative project?

I’m always looking for something that can represent the biggest runway trends in my work. 

 

What was the last thing that inspired you? 

Anything can inspire me. Sometimes it’s a movie, sometimes a new art exhibition in my city... I never know.

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

It’s easy to create new layouts.

 

 




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Audrey Krako

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January 21, 2019

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Who are you?

So I’m Audrey 😊 I live in London and consider myself a travel, colour and abstract photographer, originally from Hungary. I have worked previously in the fashion photography industry but my personal style and passion are all about capturing places and people that may otherwise be bypassed or go unnoticed through the pace of everyday life – but is no less interesting or stimulating.

 

What is your next creative project?

I am particularly fascinated currently with small towns and rural America so I am always planning the next mammoth road trip but as most of my most recent projects are born abroad I am planning on shooting a series in London next summer which I am super excited about.

 

How would you describe your work?

I’d currently describe my work as ‘dreamy’. My artworks are made up of almost surreal, perfect looking places and full of pastels. It all comes back to either what I think just looks satisfying – or providing a scene for the audience to feel whatever they feel about it.

 

 


© Audrey Krako

 

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

I find that I am actually more inspired by films and film directors such as … drum roll, please… Wes Anderson, Tarantino, Leone, etc.

My current favourite photographers are: Dino Kuznik, Kimberly Dhollander and William Keihn just to name a few.

 

What is your favourite coffee place in London?

If you need a serious caffeine boost, go to Greens love Beans In Shoreditch.

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

I joined Portfoliobox when it was a fairly new platform. I love supporting and being part of new platforms, businesses… and it gives me the freedom to create content that really feels organic and engaging. Portfoliobox is everchanging and makes creating a professional website super easy!

           

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Rubén Vallejo

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January 13, 2019

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Who are you?

My name is Rubén Vallejo. I’m a 25 year old Spanish photographer based in Madrid. My work is mainly focused in fashion, beauty and advertising photography. My editorials have been published in different international editions of magazines such as ELLE, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, L’Officiel, Grazia, Nylon… Among others. 

 

What is your next creative project?

Lately I’ve been very busy working on e-commerce for a big Spanish Company. I will take a rest and hopefully for the next year I will be ready to work on new editorial projects that is what I really enjoy the most. Also, I’ve always wanted to work on a more personal project, related to fashion of course, but in a more artistic and emotional way. This project is still top secret.

 

 How would you describe your work?

That’s a difficult question.  Mainly because my work is not only mine, is the result of my team’s hard work too. My work without a great make up or a powerful styling, or a really expressive  model would be nothing. Once said that I must admit that I’ve always been related to art in many different ways. When I was 13 or so I started using photoshop and doing some digital illustration. I wanted to become a great digital artist in the future. Then when I was 16 I got my first DSLR camera and started learning the basics for photography and tried every kind of photography from nature to architecture, macro, portrait… I loved to shoot sunsets… I think that all the photographers go through this phase of experimentation.  But anyway for me photography was just another artistic hobby. For different reasons, I ended up studying cinema and photography at public school in Madrid, but I still wanted to become a digital illustrator or comic artist.  I’ve never payed much attention to fashion, it was something I just found very frivolous, for “basic people” if you will. But in my second year at school I discovered Annie Leibovitz’s “Eye through a lens” documentary and it completely changed my mind. It was like a true revelation for me . I started buying magazines such as Vogue, ELLE , Harper’s Bazaar and studying the “big” photographers, etc. I loved the powerful aesthetic of the pictures, the clothes, the model’s poses and expressions, the light… Everything. I found on it something that merged all the artistic values I was looking for during my teenage years, and that also gave me total freedom and no limits. It allows me to see beauty where others see nothing. 

 

 


© Rubén Vallejo

 

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

My biggest influences as I mentioned previously came from the high fashion magazines and the photographer’s that worked for them and that I admire such as Annie Leibovitz, Mario Testino, Mert and Marcus, Steven Meisel, Patrick Demarchelier, Craig McDean… I think that Mert and Marcus are my favorite ones. In Spain we also have some great photographers too such as Rafa Gallar, Richard Ramos, Xavi Gordo… But one of my favorites is Txema Yeste. I think that his creative skills have no limits, he has something I’ve never seen in any other photographer… His work completely amazes me. I also love Chinese photographer Jingna Zhang, and British photographer Lara Jade both based in New York if I’m not wrong. Both are brilliant in their own and different style. I could gp for hours and a hours talking about photographers that I like.
 

What's your favorite coffee spot in Madrid?

I don’t really have a favorite coffee spot as such, but Mariacastaña Coffe in Corredera baja de San Pablo Street in Madrid, near to Malasaña, is a lovely place to take a cup of coffee or a brunch and to arrange any teamwork meeting.

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

Portfoliobox offers you a very easy and affordable way to develop your own professional online portfolio. The interface is really intuitive and you can re-build your website anytime you want and create a new different version

 

 


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Lucio Frabotta

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January 03, 2019

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Who are you?

I’m a street photographer based in Rome but with the desire of discovering the entire world.

 

What is your next creative project?

I haven’t got a coming project but I want to document daily life with my photos and since I begun this has been my long-term photographic project.

 

How would you describe your work?

I’m inspired by everything that happens to me during the day, in one word I’m inspired by everyday life.

 

What's your favorite spot for a photograph?

Wherever I am, with a human element; as I say: “It's important to catch people into the frames: they tell us a story and they create the places.”

 

What advice would you give a young photographer?

My advice is to look at as many photos, exhibitions, books and websites of his favorite photographers as possible and, obviously, to take the camera and shoot!

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

I like the modern design, the professional appearance, the sharpness of the published photos, the simplicity of creating the site first and then organizing it with many possible solutions: it’s a high-quality service that I recommend.

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Luigi Quarta

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December 10, 2018

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Who are you?

My name is Luigi Quarta, and I'm a conceptual photographer. My creative work is to use photography as a means of expression to represent some concepts, feelings, and moods that I normally feel.

 

What is your next creative project?

My next creative project is to complete the triptych of "Fallen Angel", and after that, I will immediately start another project.
 

 

What is your favorite coffee place in Lecce?

Of course, the coffee that bears my name "Caffè Quarta".
 

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

Portfoliobox has a modern design that I like a lot and is very easy to use. It's really a great platform to open your personal website.

 

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Simone Rudloff

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December 02, 2018

 

Who are you?

I'm Simone Rudloff, 25 years old and living in Hamburg, Germany. I grew up in Byron Bay, the most easterly point of Australia and went traveling through Europe for several months before moving to London and eventually Hamburg where I freelance in fashion & advertising photography. Somehow 3 months traveling turned into 7 years and counting.

 

I wouldn’t define my work as work because it’s something I enjoy doing so much. Whether working in big teams or one on one with a model/subject, my work is a constant creative process that never gets boring!

 

What is your next creative project?

I’m currently opening a photo studio/event space in Hamburg with my boyfriend (also a photographer) which we plan on renting out and using ourselves. We’ve spent 6 months renovating and are officially opening at the end of November!

 

And I’m writing a book at the moment, but I haven’t set a deadline yet because the process of just writing is so enjoyable.

 

 

How would you describe your work?

I like to let things happen naturally during a shoot. For me, it's important to capture the feeling of a certain moment and to capture the presence and charisma of my subject. I like to let things happen naturally during a shoot rather than planning out each shot perfectly. It’s usually a collaboration between the model and myself moving together. The result is generally edgy and spontaneous, fun and quirky.
 

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

Driely Carter for being ruthlessly herself and producing some of the most incredible work I’ve ever seen. i-D & Dazed and Confused Magazine are also big inspirations for me - & 2 magazines I’d love to shoot for.

 

 

What's your favorite coffee place in Hamburg? 

At my studio! We use Carroux Coffee which is roasted here in Hamburg. 

 

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

It's easy to understand and use, and it gives you the freedom to layout text and images however you want. And the best part is, you can still edit it if you change your mind or want to completely change your website without having to upload everything again. 

 

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Jakob Bäckrud

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November 21, 2018

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Who are you?

My name is Jakob Bäckrud and I am a 22-year-old guy from Sweden. I love to create art in different forms. Music, videos, images and animation are very exciting things that takes up very much of my freetime. I love to create things that I wasn't able to do before and in this way develop my skills.

 

 

What is your next creative project?

My upcoming project is to create more and more realistic looking, so called, ”renders” (images produced using a 3D- software) and also animations. I've been looking into visualization a lot and nowadays it is possible to build up a room in 3D and render it out to look very close to real life. This can be done at home using only a computer and some skills. My next big project although is to create a second animated short film with a narrative and a few characters interacting.

 

 


© Jakob Bäckrud

 

 

How would you describe your work?

I create all sorts of things using a 3D- software called Blender (this is a free, open-source software that anyone can download and use in anyway they like). I create realistic looking environments and objects for visualization and also animations in 2D and 3D. My most exciting projects have been about creating unrealistic things that look somehow realistic. A ”furry” car, a drum set made of fabric or a soda can made of tree, growing from the ground. I have never decided to really focus on one particular area when creating my projects. Such as just doing interior design, abstract images, characters, models, simulations, animations, visualization or VFX for example. I try to do what is challenging and also developing for me and that is why 3D softwares such as Blender are so amazing. The possibilities are endless. There are more things to try and learn than anyone could manage. Allways a new mountain to climb!


 


© Jakob Bäckrud

 

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

I look up to Pixar Animation Studios very much. They have always been creating fascinating animated works that inspires me and they still do. Probably, their movies inspired my journey to start learning this craft. Some other people worth mentioning here are Gleb Alexandrov and Andrew Price (a.k.a “Blender Guru”) who, through their tutorials, taught me a lot about 3D workflow.

 

 

 


© Jakob Bäckrud

 

 

What do you like about Portfoliobox?

Portfoliobox is a great way of getting your work out there. It is very, very simple to create a good looking webpage where you can upload all your work to have it displayed in one place. I never have to do any sort of programing. I just upload my newest images and then it updates immediately on my personal page. Running my page recently helped me get a job in the industry. The work you are proud of should always be available for other people to enjoy and share and this is a great place for it, you never know where publishing could take you!

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Detomsign

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November 13, 2018

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Who are you?

My name is Tom, I’m a fashion and portrait photographer based in Lithuania. On social media I go as Detomsign. After graduating in graphic design I began to work with advertising and ad agencies. Working there I began to work a lot with Photoshop and retouching many pictures taken by others.

 

One day I decided to take everything into my hands. Went and bought a camera and that’s where my photography journey began. To feel the moment and to capture it became my task and my dream come true. To find emotion, feeling and something special in everything and everyone – that was what I wanted to do for so long and my camera became my tool.

 

 

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What is your next creative project?

My next project will be about natural beauty, going back to the roots and photographing natural beauty with scars, memories, passion and emotion.

 

 

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What do you like about Portfoliobox?

I like that this is not only a website creation tool, it's much more than that. It's like a community of creatives which are supported by professionals like Portfoliobox. I'm always recommending everyone that Portfoliobox is the best, easy to setup and ready to go at a minute. Will be using Portfoliobox for a long time and none of the others are as good as Portfoliobox You want the best? You can't go wrong with Portfoliobox I would say.

 

 


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Cho, Hui-Chin

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November 06, 2018

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Tell us a bit about you…

My artist’s name is: Cho, Hui-Chin (my first name is Hui-Chin and Cho is my surname; I follow the East Asian name order as my artist pseudonym.)

 

Raised in a multicultural ambience, the Taiwanese ethnicity and the deep influences of the culture surrounding Japanese anime and manga, and Chinese aesthetics have shaped the enticing space, galvanising into my inspiration. I studied at Slade School of Fine Art (UCL) during the period 2014-2018, and currently live and work in London whilst I will be doing MA Painting at Royal College of Art from 2019 to 2021.

 

My works are sort of the experimentation which engage with deconstruction of the Binary opposition in terms of the relationship between life and death; generally speaking, human give superiority to life rather than death. My idea assumes that all materials, motifs or colours within binary oppositions could be analysed and criticised in all their manifestation, making alterities. The leathers would be deconstructed into the metaphor of zooming in the figurative iconography, and the iconography deconstructed into grotesque motif is transformed a new symbolisation. My intention is to create the perception of ‘a dream within a dream’ meaning that deconstruction is happening on the leathers whilst viewers analysing the works as a process is the action of deconstruction.


© Cho, Hui-Chin

 

What is your next creative project?

I have been working on collecting/searching the vintage/antique leathers as the crucial materials. Materiality is an important aspect in my works with animal by-products such as leather forming parts of the configurations, symbolising creatures as life which once existed namely the ambiguous existences in between life and death. However, I came across a few controversial questions doubting me that “would ‘using leathers’ encourage people to manufacture more brand-new leathers?” Absolutely I'm very much against the idea of using brand-new leathers/furs by hurting the innocent animals. This is why I insist on spending times collecting and using ‘vintage’ and ‘antique’ leathers/furs, which were sacrificed during the period of 1920s - 1960s, as the main materials in my works.

 

In my most recent works, I have been using the vintage leathers as the canvas which are considered as a concrete space or could be deconstructed into the metaphor of zooming in the figurative iconography as the skin. And the intention of my most recent works is to create the perception of ‘a dream within a dream’ which means that the patterns and images are being deconstructed on the leather which is being deconstructed whilst the behaviour of viewers who are thinking the arrangements of the works as a process is the action of deconstruction

 

 


© Cho, Hui-Chin

 

 

How would you describe your work?

I very often postulate that painting and sculpture are the same references as an ambiguity in the concrete dimensional presences, which expand from their dimensions with layers of symbolism and meaning conveyed through a variety of compositions and motifs; materiality is an important aspect in my works with animal by-products such as leather forming parts of the configurations, symbolising creatures as life which once existed namely the ambiguous existences in between life and death. As a result, my artworks approach the experimentation of deconstruction, establishing an inner equilibrium between rational analysis and sentimental interpretations. By exploring these, the processes of deconstruction ubiquitously form personal perceptions for the individual, unconsciously presenting intimate opinions namely the desire, fetish, ambivalence, sadism, obsession or authentic evocations. 

 

I am happy to be participating in the 3-day-exhibition, which held by Portfoliobox and ImageNation, at Galerie Joseph Turenne in Paris on 9th-10th-11th November as a group show with a lot of talented photographers whilst there will be my personal exhibition as the feature included in this show! 

 

In my personal exhibition, I am trying a new subject matter of ‘deconstruction’ in between the relationship of photography and the two-dimension and three-dimension; my works will be presented the most important idea ‘deconstruction’ of the Binary opposition in terms of the relationship between photography (the metaphor as ‘death’) and tactile works (symbolising ‘life’).

 

 

Who are your biggest influences in the industry?

There are lots of great artists and we would seek for various artists during different periods of time. Now I might say James Ensor, Joseph Cornell, Hannah Höch. I am often inspired by the collage artworks of Hannah Höch; the arrangement of spatial relationship in object/collage artworks of Joseph Cornell; the wallpaper of my mobile is the painting - The Bad Doctors (1892) by James Ensor, although he finished it ages ago, you can’t say this painting is not ‘ ontemporary’ either. I do enjoy the works which are chronological and narrative with grotesque human figures. With a variety of impacts, I have been unconsciously creating my own style as a result after being influenced by different style/year/materials of artworks/artists.

 

 

What is your favourite coffee space in London?

I am genuinely pleased to randomly grab a cup of coffee somewhere around my studio. So to speak, the ‘favourite coffee space’ will be my studio.

 

 


© Cho, Hui-Chin

 

 

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I DO love Portfoliobox. This is because the flexibility of templates helps me organise massive images easily, and the support systems have done their job well; every single time I came across difficulty when I am sorting out the website, the Portfoliobox support staff always get back to me very soon and help me solve the issue. And I feel that Portfoliobox really cares what I am concerned about my website!

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