DOCU MAGAZINE | Mars 28, 2024

Through The Lands is proud to announce that Docu Magazine is featuring our member Francesca Chiacchio. The special edition includes 20 pictures Francesca shot in India during the Magh Mela festival in January 2023. 

Click this link to see her work: Docu Magazine

Docu Francesca


The collective is extremely happy to welcome another new member: Kirsty Greenland !

Kirsty is a teacher and  street photographer currently living in Perth, Australia.

She loves street photography because she is attracted to the randomness and beauty of unposed moments. She loves colour and movement and the play between light and shadows. Inspired by exploring Perth’s beaches in summer and the high contrast summer light, she is also completely unable to resist a street parade or a festival.

She has had work featured in various international exhibitions, including exhibiting with Unexposed Collective and Women Street Photographers. She was also featured in the Women Street Photographers book and Reclaim the Street.

Kirsty Greenland


NEW MEMBER BRAD JONES | January 04, 2024

Through The Lands is delighted to welcome Brad Jones as a new member of TTL.

Brad was born in Springfield, Missouri, and raised in suburban Memphis, Tennessee, where he studied illustration and photography. He has been working as a photographer in New York for the last 13 years.

In 2015, he began a personal project documenting his annual travels with family between Spain and Puerto Rico in the project called Dos Mundos.

In 2018, he began documenting the details of everyday life in New York City. This became the project A Fragile Utopia. He resides in Brooklyn with his wife and young son.

Brad Jones



10 STREET PHOTOGRAPHY | October 26, 2023

We are happy to announce that our member Francesca Chiacchio is part of the book 10 Street Photography. Published by Psychographics, it is a photography volume that offers a fascinating and surprising look into the world of street photography through the lens of 10 talented photographers. 

Each photographer presents a series of 10 images that tell a unique visual story, capturing the creative energy that can be felt in every corner of the planet.


Light Leaks Festival | May 18, 2023

Our collective is proud to announce that our 14 members will take part in the exhibition at the Light Leaks Festival 2023 in Luxembourg. We will have three large walls to exhibit our work. The first wall is a presentation of our collective with a world map to show where we are based throughout the world, with a short biography of each member. The other two walls show two themes "Human Nature" and "Human Faith".






Italian Street Photography Festival | April 29, 2023

Francesca Chiacchio is judge and speaker at the Italian Street Photography Festival 2023. She will give a talk about her work and will later be joined by Marc Erpelding to present our collective Through The Lands.



INTERSECTiONS Zine | Augustus 17, 2021

Our member Anriruddha Guha Sarkar from India is also member of the street photography collective iN-PUBLiC and they just recently launched a magazine entitled "iNTERSECTiONS". Have a look at their work here iNTERSECTiONS Zine.



City Series Magazines | Augustus 16, 2021

Our member Marc Erpelding from Luxembourg joined the Luxembourg Street Photography Collective early this year. The collective publishes magazines on a regular basis throughout the year dedicated to specific themes, like a neighbourhood or an event in Luxembourg. Have a look at their work here City Series.

Insignificant Moments | July 05, 2021

Our member Yiannis Yiasaris presents his new book "Insignificant Moments".

"Street photography sees the world from an altered perspective. I capture insignificant yet extraordinary moments on an ordinary day. These insignificant moments exist for a fleeting second or two and then pass. I try to connect with them to see their hidden beauty, to capture them permanently. 

This is where insignificant moments are made decisive." (Yiannis Yiasaris)

For more information: Insignificant Moments by Yiannis Yiasiris

The Glass Between Us | April 30, 2021

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After a successful crowdfunding round, our member Merlin Meuris is proud to announce his new book entitled The Glass Between Us.

The book traces several months of life in Brussels during the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.

"A reflection in a window, a border that separates us and protects us from an invisible virus. During this year, I walked the streets of Brussels to document the daily life of residents during the pandemic period.

Using glass through my photos has allowed me to maintain a physical barrier against the virus while maintaining visual proximity to the people I have photographed.

Glass can be a window, a wall, a mirror that isolates us but also connects us through a visual link." (Merlin Meuris)

All photos were taken between March and November 2020. The book is limited to 100 copies and includes about thirty photos. For more information, please visit

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Women Street Photographers | Mars 02, 2021

TTL collective is proud to announce that its members Francesca Chiacchio and Heike Frielingsdorf are included in the book Women Street Photographers published by Prestel. Congratulations!

The book explores the work of 100 contemporary women street photographers working around the world today and features the experiences behind their greatest images.

ISBN: 978-3-7913-8740-6

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© Heike Frielingsdorf


Istanbul Street Photography Festival | October 14, 2020

Cagdas Kul

Our member Cagdas Kul will be part of this year's Istanbul Street Photography Festival (ISPF) jury. The ISPF is a well-attended event that represents street photography with different approaches and brings street photographers together.

For more information:

The City Loop | September 20, 2020

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Our member Diego Fedele has just published a new zine entitled The City Loop.

" The circuit of the five stations of Melbourne’s CBD, known as City Loop, gave me a path to follow and I’ve collected spontaneous moments on its streets. Southern Cross, Melbourne Central, Flinders street, among Melbourne’s most famous landmarks, where locals and tourists blend together. With the purpose to show a personal vision of the city, that reveals different kinds of light, corners, situations and to create a tension that tends to lead me somewhere but it does not.

So does a loop.

I would compare it to the “Agora-Phobia” itself, a loop of fears which makes you not be able to evolve, to find the way to live with, because when you are about to take a walk, shoulders tense with emotions, it brings up the bad experiences you had and convinces you to stay at home.

In December 2019, chosen the title, the series slowly started to take shape, however I unconsciously started the project on my arrival in Melbourne in 2018, where I walked on the same streets of the city, whenever I could. Yet it became my way out of the loop." (Diego Fedele)

For more information, please visit his website

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EYESHOT | Augustus 24, 2020

Our collective Through The Lands is honored to be featured on the Eyeshot website. Founded in 2017, Eyeshot is the first independent publisher working exclusively with Street and Documentary Photography and is devoted to printing and distributing Art publications dedicated to the most influential authors in the contemporary worldwide Photography scene.

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© Cagdas Kul

Through The Lands | January 27, 2020

We are pleased to announce the launch of THROUGH THE LANDS, a newly formed street photography collective. 15 members will be capturing everyday life around the world and exhibiting their very personal travelogues.


Stay tuned...