K. Hoell
Visual Stroll in Springtime

New York City is a beautiful place to explore, no matter the season. Most people love it in the fall when the Indian Summer paints everything in colourful hues. Autumn in NYC has its own particular flavour. The heat of hot sweaty summer days still lingers amidst the skyscrapers whilst a thick atmosphere of melancholy …

1. April 2019
Losing Photographs, Making Memories

Every photographers’ nightmare happened to me in Iceland. I was there in October 2012 to develop new work at SIM Residency. At first, my camera started developing a mysterious life of her own. She would stop working mid-shot and just stay in some sort of limbo state. Alternatively, she would start shutting off at random. …

20. March 2019
Welcome to New York

10 Reasons Why Every Photographer Needs to Spend Time in New York City 1. Creativity is in the air. As soon as you leave the airport and enter the city you’ll start feeling the energetic buzz. It’ll make you want to explore and photograph immediately. Careful though, you might never want to stop doing it. …

12. March 2019
The Project that Never was, the Project that was Everything

Dealing with loss seems to be something that is inherent to dealing with photography. There are all kinds of losses. Loss of data, loss of money, loss of people, loss of self, loss of time. I once lost someone before I lost myself in the process of finding a piece of him through my artistic …

6. March 2019
Shaky Stardust

Do you know, when you’re on the right track? When no criticism in the whole world can keep you from doing exactly what you want to do. You keep pursuing your vision even if other people might dislike you for it or might even take things away from you. I had such an epiphany moment …

26. February 2019
Phantom Paris

Paris is one of my favorite places in the world. It has had a magnetic pull on me ever since I visited it for the first time in 2007. One of my dreams came true when I got to see Paris Photo in 2015. Unfortunately, this weekend turned into one of the most tragic that …

20. February 2019