Trope Stories host Terry Maday talks with Trope Publishing Co.’s worldwide network of emerging photographers about their work, journey, and inspirations.
In this episode, London-based photographer Ron Timehin discusses how his documentation of the Black Lives Matter movement opened up new avenues in his career, his new title as Executive Producer of the greatly anticipated documentary Fortitude, and his fascination with photographing the dense London fog.
Check in with London-based photographer Lucy Hamidzadeh as she tells us about her family history, how photography helped her make sense of herself and the world, and how she has become an artistic triple threat.
Filmed from the stunning rooftops of Hong Kong, Trope photographer Vivien Liu discusses how she has found inspiration in the middle of a pandemic, blending her passion for architecture into her photography, and her new solo book with Trope Publishing Co., Being There.
This month, host Terry Maday talks with Trope photographer Chris Holmes about creative and photographic beginnings, the current realities of life, and most importantly, Chris's love of poetry and London as celebrated in Hidden in Chaos, his book with Trope Publishing Co.
Get a glimpse into the life of London-based photographer Ope Odueyungbo as he discusses the recent publication of his book with Trope Publishing Co. (Parallel Lines), the Black Lives Matter movement, and how he maintains his unrelenting hope and positivity.
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