| Knox Bertie |
EP 32 | The Importance Of Creating Something Unique w. Photographer Knox Bertie
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Today guest is the enormously talented Knox Bertie. Knox in my opinion would have to have one of the most recognizable styles in Australia. Knox’s work is mainly shot on a combination of 35mm and medium format black and white film that he processes and prints in his small home darkroom. His work mainly revolves around train stations and the streets of sydney and has been featured numerous times in both print and exhibitions including the 2019 Head On Photo Festival in Sydney.
On this episode Photographer Knox Bertie and I talk about how he got into photography, his unique way of how he develops his photos, the pressure to conform to other photos you see, his personal struggle with insomnia and the impact that has had on his work, the importance of creating a style that is unique, and so much more.
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