The following questions will makeup part of it not all of your bio. If you have been asked to provide a bio then your work is being highlighted in a gallery that is above the general contributors gallery. Answer with as much detail as possible. More is alwasy better.
Name/Artist Name:________________________ Country:____________________
2. What motivates the type of work you do? What do you see as the fuel that helps to create the images you do?
3. To day there is a fine line between Photographer, Photographic Artist and Artist. Which do you see that you are? Or, do you see that there is even a difference in the three?
5. To create the work you do, what application do you use to edit with? What apps or programs?
6. Subject matter? What do you prefer to shoot?
7. In the next 10 years what direction would you like to see your work go? Given the time, the money and opportunity, where do you want to see your work evolve to?
8. Two ways of thinking,......there are photographers who see what they do as a way of capturing beauty or a moment in time. While a flip side see it as a way to capture a world outside the one the exist in, be it cold, or warm and inviting. Which do you see that you are?
10. We can call this a SESSIONS artist poll. Many artist choose a time that they are most apt to create the work they do. For example, my favorite time to create the images I do is late at night, actually 12 am to maybe 4 am. I've also been known to create late in the afternoon. What time do you feel creative and clear of mind to work? And why? Additional info about you? Give us more if you want to.
In the process of putting together this magazine, we found that the common problem we have is that artist have an extremely difficult time in writing up a biography. I understand this. My own bio these days can at times sound sarcastic and rightfully so. I've written so many that I now am sick of it. So the sarcasm flows. Or I have fun with it and come up with odd tid bits to add in, just to give myself a chuckle, which usually leaves the reader confused or concerned.