Brendan Ó Sé is an award-winning fine art photographer/iPhone photographer and iPhone Photographer of the Year for 2017 from Cork, Ireland. Brendan was part of the original Apple World Gallery of images shot on iPhone 6 in 2015. His photograph was showcased on billboards and posters throughout the world. As well as winning many awards in international prestigious competitions, he has been invited to speak about and exhibit his work around the world. His iPhone photography workshops in Ireland are hugely popular and he has also given workshops in places such as Cyprus, Iceland, Thailand, Malaysia, Jakarta and Bali, and Hong Kong. Using the iPhone he tries to see and create in unusual ways and this results in some unique imagery and striking street photography.
Armineh was born in Paris, grew up in Tehran and Boston, with a little more than 2 years of stay in Lisbon. She is a photographer now based in Los Angeles, capturing moments since 2009. She is one of the first drivers of the iphoneography movement. Your choice is your iPhone 7 Plus and Sony ILCE-6000 cameras. For now, photography is a hobby. His work has been recognized: one of his works was considered the best in the curated exhibition - Forced Captivity organized by the New Era Museum (2017), the best mobile photography of the year by the Lumiere Photography Awards 2016; she is curator of two groups on facebook at the New Era Museum (NEM Hipstamatic and NEM Street); awarded in the 7th Edition of the contest Julia Margaret Cameron (2015) competition directed to female photographers (considered one of the 15 best photographers).
Sukru Mehmet Omur is an ENT surgeon who now works as a mobile photographer and full-time artist. He also writes about photography and wine. Originally from Turkey, he lives in Paris. He graduated from the CE3P image school in Paris and, until today, his mobile work has been presented in Paris, Indianapolis, Florence and Istanbul. Mehmet manages 4 mobile art groups, 4 photography groups and 2 photography pages on Facebook; his book dedicated to iPhone photography was published in 2018.
Lara Jacinto is a photographer, lives and works in Porto. She graduated in multimedia design and photography. She mainly develops documentary photography projects. Photojournalist freelancer, cooperates regularly with Portuguese and foreign press (Público, Monocle, der Zeit, Wall Street Journal ...). She has published works in Architectural Review, CNN, Spiegel, Lens Culture, C 41 magazine, Aint-Bad Magazine, Vice Italy and many others. Collaborates with several institutions: Volkswagen, C3 Creative Code and Content GmbH, LigthBox, Parachute, Made UK ... Assumes the communication direction of Skrei arq. She has developed individual and collective projects. She has exhibited several times in Portugal and abroad.
Fotógrafa, poeta, blogger e podcaster. Nasceu na Cidade do México, Contreras é autodidata no campo da fotografia. Participou em exposições coletivas em Monterrey, Tijuana, Milão, Itália, Paris, Porto, Portugal e também individualmente na estação de metro Pantitlán na Cidade do México, na Biblioteca Digital do Governo do Estado do México e no Centro Cultural Aliac. Faz parte do New Era Museum, um grupo composto por fotógrafos e artistas de todo o mundo. É curadora do grupo NEM Black & White. A sua fotografia é um discurso de luz, sustentado no contraste e na sombra. As suas obras são sempre críticas do mundo, irreverentes em em termos morais e provocativas no fundo.