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Cassandre Maes

Partnership & Outreach Executive

Latest Blogs

5 years ago

Todd Antony is originally from New Zealand, but moved to London 13 years ago, where he is a commercial advertising photographer. 

5 years ago
Noémi Szécsi went to a summer camp at the age of 11, where she developed her films and photos and she fell in love the the whole process. Szécsi explains that it was kind of magic for her. 
5 years ago

Stephanie Gengotti comes from a family of travellers. Since she was very little she had the chance to follow her parents in their journeys. 

5 years ago

The World Photography Organisation and the Creativehub are pleased to announce the launch of The Swap Project, a free to enter Competition that will run from 21st January to 3rd March 2019.

5 years ago

Fajar Kristianto's image “The highest platform” won the Open Motion category and Indonesia National Award in the 2018 Sony World Photography Awards.

5 years ago

Russ Bishop is a California-based landscape and travel photographer with an affinity for the high and wild places. Photography became the natural conduit for expressing his vision.

5 years ago
Emma Lewis is one of the five judges in the Professional Competition of the 2019 Sony World Photography Awards, Assistant Curator at Tate and a writer specialising in photography. 
5 years ago

Tariq Zaidi is a freelance photographer based out of London, England. Zaidi’s photography focuses on inequality, social change and endangered communities. 
 

5 years ago

Rafa Raigón's series "Ikigai" was among the curated selection of 18 projects from the inaugural DER GREIF and the World Photo Organisation open call.

5 years ago

Kicia Randagia's heart and soul are divided between the two countries. Her series called “Scelte” was shortlisted in the 2018 Zeiss Photography Award.

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