People. Not Pages: Ekaterina Vasilyeva

With the “People. Not Pages” mini-interview series The Phooks invites you to learn more about people who stand behind the medium of self- & indie-published photobooks, and zines.

How do you live and make your living?

How did you get into photography?

What do you value the most in the art of photography?

Is there something you hate about it?

How many books you have and what does your collection means to you?

Is there a photobook you admire?

‘’In Flagrante’’ by Chris Killip, first published in 1988.

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‘’LE SILENCE” by Cristiano Raimondi & Simone Menegoi.

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What should a book be to get into your collection?

‘’Knives’’ by Jason Koxvold

What does it mean to you to turn your work into a sensible form of a book or a zine?

“Road to Petergof” photobook by Ekaterina Vasilyeva
“Road to Petergof” photobook by Ekaterina Vasilyeva. Read more
“Road to Petergof” photobook by Ekaterina Vasilyeva. Read more

What you expect people should feel when opening your book?

Photography enthusiast, Brand & Marketing strategist. Founder of ThePhooks.com Open photobook library & marketplace. Personal website: www.maxzhiltsov.com

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