Jeffrey Simpson along with his wife are the stars of their own photographs, documenting their lives. Capturing emotions of humour, defiance, modernity and traditionalism. Simpson’s images are intuitive and also introverted and reflective. He is a centred presence, he affords a calmness and tranquility within his art. There is a feeling of heightened documentary, where atmosphere and mystery are key elements. Simpson’s nude photography is respectable, it is not sex. A mark of the educated art lover is the ability to assess nudity in artistic terms alone. From this perspective, we view their nudeness solely as a matter of subtle flesh tones, sophisticated composition with a flurry of deep emotional undertones.
This is our new interview section for mobile photographers and mobile artists and we hope to be filling it very soon with vast explosions of thought and imagery. These questions are designed to explore the artist behind the work, to get to know them a little more intimately.
We recently published our first ‘Brought to Light’ Interview with Andrea Bigiarini, Founder of the New Era Museum and FIPA Florence International Photography Awards as well as writer, author, Imagineer and digital artist.. We then went on to publish an instinctively gifted artist, Ile Mont, Further we have published interviews with Roger Guetta, Rad Drew, Gianluca Ricoveri, Sean Hayes, Petyr Campos and most recently, Robi Gallardo.