Photography Monthly magazine interview

March 5, 2013

(c) Photography Monthly Magazine / Paul J Coghlin

Over here in the UK, the March 2013 edition of Photography Monthly magazine has a five-page interview feature on “Petalum“, illustrated with many images from the from the thirty-print botanical series.  In addition to the flowers, the article also includes a number of my personal favourite images from recent years.

Available, as they say, from all good UK bookshops and newsagents.


Animal prints featured in the latest “International Journal of Contemporary Photography”

December 21, 2012

"Regard"  © Paul J Coghlin 2010

Platinum/palladium prints of two of my animal images have been featured in the latest edition of “The International Journal of Contemporary Photography”, aka “Silvershotz”, in an article by David Chow, along with platinum/palladium print reproductions of work by Rankin and Damien Hirst, Wendy Bevan, Stefan Milev, Simon Larbalestier and other artists.

To view the article, in Volume 8, Edition 4, please click here.


“Suffolk Norfolk Life” Magazine interview

May 15, 2012

Here in Eastern England, “Suffolk Norfolk Life” Magazine has published an interview with my jewellery designer wife, Karina, and me on our respective creative businesses and our past/future projects.

The three-page article includes many examples of our work, such as Swarovski crystal earrings from Karina and one of my recent floral images from my work as a fine-art photographer.

www.suffolknorfolklife.com

www.karinaanne.co.uk

www.paulcoghlinphotography.com


Suffolk Magazine Feature, April 2011 edition

March 24, 2011

The April 2011 edition of the East Anglian Daily Times’ “Suffolk Magazine” was published today, here in the east of England, and on page 170 features a two-page colour spread of my images, the current and up-and-coming exhibitions and other news – the first of a new Suffolk Arts section in the monthly publication.

The Sea Pictures Gallery in Clare, currently hosting the “Totally Photographic” exhibition, is also featured on page 172 in the new “Art Beat” section.

The magazine covers many other county features and is available from all good newsagents in Suffolk.

Very many thanks to Arts Editor Andrew Clarke, the EADT and Suffolk Magazine for the superb article.

Clicking on the images below will open larger versions.  Please click on the open image to enlarge further.


Interview in BIPP “The Photographer” Magazine

March 5, 2011

The British Institute of Professional Photography has just published an interview I recently had with Jonathan Briggs, the editor of the BIPP’s “The Photographer” magazine, on the challenges of fine art photography and how modern technology can be used to help the process of creating the images.

The 8-page article is illustrated with a range my photographs, including some from recent trips to the UK’s Lake District and western Scotland and also floral and animal images.

The interview can be read by clicking on the JPEG image below, which will open a new browser window.  Please then click on the open image to enlarge it to full size.

Many thanks to Jonathan Briggs and the BIPP for the great article.


INTERVIEW IN UK’S EAST ANGLIAN DAILY TIMES

January 30, 2011

The East Anglian Daily Times, here in the UK, have run a three-page profile in their weekend supplement on my work, background and recent awards.

We talked about how I gained an interest in photography all those years ago, ideas behind the photographs, some of the challenges encountered and other topics.  The article featured many images, including those from the Behind The Eyes series and seascapes.

Very many thanks to Arts Editor Andrew Clarke and the EADT for putting together a great article!


Winners featured in BIPP’s “The Photographer” Magazine – National Awards Special

December 15, 2010

The latest edition of the British Institute of Professional Photography’s “The Photographer” magazine is featuring all the winners of the recent National Photographic Awards 2010, with my overall winning image on the front cover and three others inside.  Please click on an image for a larger version.