How to…become a better reader

When I was younger, I loved to read. While my brother and sister were playing video games upstairs or catch in the front yard, I was most likely reclined on the couch. I started with Mary-Kate and Ashely serialized chapter books before moving on to the Harry Potter series. I …

Deserts Across the World

From Death Valley, California, to Goreme in Turkey, Brogan Chidley documents the contours of deserts from the sky. Click for full screen.   Processed with VSCOcam with c1 preset 1 2 3 4 5 MORE WEDNESDAY Food, Styled The Ceviche Men of Montezuma Portraits in Displacement Camps, Nepal Colouring in the Gaps …

Our Mental Health Is At Risk, but What Can We Do?

I’m 25 years old, I’m settled in my second job and in my third year of work (when I say work I mean 9-5, salary-type, ‘career’ work); no one is having my head if something goes drastically wrong at the office, no one is paying the big bucks to poach …

Food, Styled

Camilla Wordie is a food stylist. Or, in her words, she takes a conceptual route to form a brand personality and create images of art. What’s for sure is that, whether Burger King or a start-up, her work is truly artistic. Click for full screen.   1 2 3 4 5 …

10 Questions with Camilla Wordie, food stylist

I met Camilla for the first time in reception and, amazingly, 21 years later we are still in touch (thank God for Facebook). Last time we saw each other we happened to both be in Japan, but this time we settled for meeting up in our hometown, London. Camilla suggested …

The Ceviche Men of Montezuma

In the overfished Gulf of Nicoya, on the coast of Montezuma, Costa Rica, many men rely on unregulated small scale fishing to make a living. This fish both makes up their diet and is sold on for ceviche. Often they live on the beach, simultaneously trusting in the ocean and …

Darkness

As the clocks have gone back, and winter nights draw in we are at risk of getting the winter blues. But at dott we are searching for the beauty in the every day – so today we have turned to Bacon. “In order for the light to shine so brightly, the darkness …

11 Questions with Mandy Glinsbockel, photographer

Mandy Glinsbockel is an award winning documentary and portrait photographer from British Columbia, Canada. She is driven by storytelling with a focus upon women’s social issues and their stories of  challenges and triumphs against changing cultural and economic circumstances. We had the privilege of featuring her work in our Wednesday photoessay …

Autumn/Winter Fashion 2016

There’s no need to mourn the end of summer – September 2016 brings us Bridget Jones’ baby, autumn and a fresh wardrobe. The dark mornings may be back but you can get snuggly in a big scarf and drink a hot chocolate! It’s almost the season to be jolly, so you may as …

Portraits in Displacement Camps, Nepal

“My photographic work documenting women’s social issues, education and empowerment led me to the post-earthquake displacement camps of Kathmandu and Dhading, Nepal. Invited into these camps initially through work I was doing for Aura Freedom International (visually documenting their Female Friendly Space and programs for women and children displaced after …

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