The French photographer Didier Jallais was awarded the last edition of the World Jazz Photo. It just takes a quick look to his website to understand that his interests and his ability of causing an emotion aren’t only connected to improvised music. JazzEspresso had an interview with him, just for you.
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Ivan Prokop, photographer, graphic designer and producer, is also one of the organizers of the Jazz World Photo, a prestigious photographic contest reserved to jazz photography. We have interviewed the artist for Jazzespresso.
Angela Bartolo is with no doubt one of the most serious and responsive photographers I’ve ever met. By cooperating with her, I was able to appreciate her great professionalism and punctuality, which are basic qualities for a professional photographer.
Her humility and her willingness to compare herself make her a photographer who is always ready to improve herself and go into methods and beliefs.
I got to know one of the most interesting artists I’ve ever met under the stage of 2016 JAZZMI in Milan, but he is not a musician: his name is Alessandro Curadi and is an artist who portraits with watercolors the big jazz musicians and not only. I saw him portraying Ron Carter, Dee Dee Bridgewater…
I met Jack at the 2016 Ascona Jazz Festival and, by watching him working, I was capable to appreciate his care for the atmosphere on stage and his search for the right moment. His youth does not prevent him to see music with an expert look and it was a pleasure for me to cooperate with him during the same festival. He definitely is an accurate photographer, capable of transmitting the actual feeling of a precise moment.
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