walter-rothwell

Walter Rothwell

From the moment I first used a camera I fell in love with photography’s ability to capture and preserve the world the way I saw it. I am still filled with the same wonder and compulsion to make images.

They act staged and yet there are documentaries of everyday life. Walter Rothwell captures moments from traveling and everyday urban life in his photographs.

Walter (born in 1970) worked after his graduation as a photographer at Bournemouth and Pool College of Art and Design, independently on projects for newspapers and magazines. His photographic works are influenced by everyday life. The real world is not digital: The analog works shows an unprocessed aesthetic, sometimes quite simple, then again overwhelming.

The photographer tries to capture these moments of beauty, joy and humor. The camera shots fascinate with their visual compositions of form and light. By using black and white, Walter creates elaborate contours and shapes in his photographs and make them visible. Cities such as London, Chicago or Bangladesh serve as motif. The focus is on the urban and urban life where the coexistence of all interactions and the coexistence of people is intertwined.

Best color quality

Best color quality

International newcomer

International newcomer