When 2 creatives get together interesting things can happen. When those 2 artists have an appreciation of the physical capacities of what a body can do interesting work will be produced. When those artists see architecture differently than how most people do interesting work will be produced. A photograph is a moment and action photography […]
Julie is an artist, author and movement coach. She founded See&Do to help broaden who we see moving, being brave and facing challenges. Movement and therefore good health is for everyone. See&Do provides inspiration and resources for us all to be free to move and connect more with the world around us.
See&Do photographers Julie Angel & Violeta Beral are both contributing images to the just launched campaign Bodies Of Action by High Heaven. Bodies of Action celebrates reality and diversity. The campaign aims to give light to fantastic females of all shapes and sizes; action and extreme sports activities, all portrayed by female photographers. Showing the […]
Interviewer: Julie Angel: Interviewee: Kate Miller, American Parkour The idea of what parkour can be and the current reality of what parkour is are not the same as far as who participates. The issue of gender can’t be ignored in parkour. You hear a lot based around the idea of ‘parkour is for everyone!’, well […]
The short film Movement of Three will be screened as part of the Official Selection for the Sheffield Adventure Film Festival, 20-22 March. My friends and I made this film a few years ago but it still moves me – excuse the pun – every time I watch it. I recently did a shoot with […]
September 2013 (that’s when I started to think about this project, it took a while but eventually the thoughts and timing to do something came together). Creating the playing field of our times. This project has been inspired by 2 events and 2 people – 1. Visual Anthropologist, climber, and friend Zofia Reych began a […]
Conversations with walls… You can’t hear them but they are happening in cities and towns all over the world, you can see them though. Women are looking at walls, something that maybe an unusual act if you are not into activities that involve the creative and physical re-interpretation of spaces. What may appear to be […]