Stephanie Foden
Photographer

Stephanie Foden is a photojournalist based in Salvador, Brazil and Toronto, Canada.

A graduate of Durham College’s Journalism program, Stephanie often manages to concoct travel and documentary in her work. Being an avid adventurer since a young age, travel has played a decisive role in shaping her life and craft. Since 2013 she has turned her attention to issues of cultural heritage neglect in the Brazilian state of Bahia.

Stephanie’s work has been featured in publications such as Vice, Canadian Geographic and The Development Set. Stephanie’s photographs have been honored with awards from organizations that include the Photophilanthropy Activist Awards and RMG Exposed.

Stephanie Foden
Photographer

Stephanie Foden is a photojournalist based in Salvador, Brazil and Toronto, Canada.

A graduate of Durham College’s Journalism program, Stephanie often manages to concoct travel and documentary in her work. Being an avid adventurer since a young age, travel has played a decisive role in shaping her life and craft. Since 2013 she has turned her attention to issues of cultural heritage neglect in the Brazilian state of Bahia.

Stephanie’s work has been featured in publications such as Vice, Canadian Geographic and The Development Set. Stephanie’s photographs have been honored with awards from organizations that include the Photophilanthropy Activist Awards and RMG Exposed.

  • Mikko Takkunen: Hong Kong
    Publication
    Kehrer Verlag
    International
    With his first photobook Hong Kong, The New York Times’ photo editor Mikko Takkunen captured one of the world’s greatest metropolises during a time of political uncertainty and the pandemic. As the city was still recovering from the aftermath of the anti-government protests of 2019, Takkunen began to concentrate on the purity of seeing and capturing the world anew. (more…)
  • Maria Sturm: You Don’t Look Native to Me
    Publication
    Void
    International
    In 2011, Maria Sturm began to photograph the lives of young people from the Lumbee Tribe around Pembroke, Robeson County, North Carolina. Through the process of documenting their lives, Sturm began to question her own understanding of what it means to be Native American. Her new book You Don’t Look Native to Me combines photographs with interviews and texts to preconceptions and show Native identity not as fixed, but evolving and redefining itself with each generation. (more…)
  • Marguerite Humeau: Orisons
    Jul 29, 2023 – Jun 30, 2025
    Black Cube
    Hooper, USA
    Marguerite Humeau’s Orisons is a subtle, 160-acre earthwork that transforms an unfarmable plot of land in Colorado’s San Luis Valley into a place of reverence, honoring its expansive history, existing ecosystem, and imaginable futures. The work consists of the land in its entirety, as well as a series of eighty-four kinetic and interactive sculptures that invoke the land’s histories and vast network of interrelations. (more…)