Jane Stockdale’s photography is pretty breathtaking. She hasn’t just got an obvious technical ability and compositional eye, but also a diversity and vibrancy in her subject matter. The idea of having a job where you can be with a professional footballer in a James Bond tank, or a Japanese bar as someone poses with an AK-47 or sitting inches away from Iggy Pop’s iconic stomach is one that I’m sure many are envious of.
Jane was our host for our last evening of talks and her half an hour is jammed packed with stories, musings and of course stunning photographs. Vimeo and iTunes linksare of course available from the talks page.
- Greta Thorkels: a graphic designer creating Gilmore Girls zines and record sleeves
- Grégory Michenaud’s ongoing project sees him explore identity in a Hasidic Jewish community
- Photographer Gilleam Trapenberg explores macho culture against rose-tinted skies in Big Papi
- From analogue printing to illustration: meet Marc Hennes
- Wolff Olins creative director Cynthia Pratomo talks about her favourite books
- Illustrator Kelly Anna on her bold and powerful figurative works
- The New York Times Magazine’s new cover is actually a painting
- BBC’s new typeface BBC Reith is designed to improve legibility on screen
- “It needs to be normalised that women masturbate”: meet illustrator Jordyn McGeachin
- Life through the lens of enchanting photographer Vicki King
- Six months in the (enviable) life of photographer Ryan Lowry
- We get to know hilarious and thoughtful illustrator, Ruby Etc