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MOMENTS #6

MOMENTS #6 as slideshow on Vimeo…

MOMENTS E-zine #6 from eric de vries on Vimeo.

Music: Somebody up there likes you-Simple Minds
copyright by Simple Minds

We’re back…

…with a new fresh lay-out and next month, a brand new NEWS-pdf…

Posted April 12, 2011 by seacollectiv in SEA/collectiv news

MOMENTS issue #5 arrived today…

Birds and Dogs, Kisses and Sharp Knives… That’s the new issue of MOMENTS by the SEA/collectiv members. And of course more…

2 more days to go…

SEA/collectiv’s new issue of MOMENTS will arrive this tuesday.

52 pages, 9 new stories, OneSubject9Visions on architecture and more…

Posted August 22, 2010 by seacollectiv in SEA/collectiv news

Again…. A new member

Camus Wyatt, an award-winning young Kiwi photographer, joined SEA/collectiv today…

Photo: Camus Wyatt – Of Life and Death

His style is heavily influenced by his passions for photojournalism and street photography. As well as a background of study in politics and history, Camus has experience in commercial documentary photography, and is currently working on a project contrasting New Zealand landscapes and urban life.

http://www.camuswyatt.com

Posted August 4, 2010 by seacollectiv in SEA/collectiv news

New member for SEA/collectiv

Welcome to Khamin from Bangladesh, SEA/collectiv’s 8th member…

from the series Rain in Dhaka by Khamin…

Khamin was born in 1979 in Cox’s Bazar in Bangladesh, which is the largest sea beach in the world. He completed MBA in Human Resource Management and BBA in International Management from The University of Chittagong. He started photography at the age of 25 through a Zenith manual gear camera by taking single shots of whatever he likes… more…

Posted July 27, 2010 by seacollectiv in SEA/collectiv news

New member…

SEA/collectiv has a new member, Ronny Sen from India. Welcome, Ronny….

from the series Kolkata… by Ronny Sen, SEA/collectiv’s new member

Ronny Sen
An Indian photographer living in Kolkata. Born in 1986 he has extensively documented the horrors of Cyclone Aila in Sunderbans and the Kosi disasters in Malda, West Bengal. He has travelled throughout India and Nepal working on various projects. His recent work “Don’t Breathe” was about travelling in the unreserved general compartments of Indian Railways. Presently, he is working on a long term project “Documenting Death” revolving around people who are dying.

Posted July 7, 2010 by seacollectiv in SEA/collectiv news