Fuel your imagination with our fortnightly edit of creatives and photographers who take Instagram to a whole new level, curated by writer Marcia Veiga. We spotlight global talents that will elevate your feed and inspire your own creative output, from interior stylists and architects to visionary image-makers.

Harry Crowder, photographer and filmmaker

 

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Having grown up in the countryside in Southwest England, Harry Crowder appreciates all things quintessentially British and traditionalist – like using film and printing in the dark. His account exhibits his working catalogue of celebrity friends, their private homes and serene moments of farm living.

 

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Elvira Solana, architect and muralist

 

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Spanish-born Elvira Solana is a jet-setting architect and muralist dividing her time between Europe and Asia. She prides herself in restoring the dialogue between architecture and painting, with an Instagram that explores how travelling has influenced her and how powerful paint is in transforming a space.

 

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Brent Lee, architect

 

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Sydney-based architect Brent Lee founded his studio in 2018 with an emphasis on natural materials to instil a sense of serenity. His social media elegantly displays timeless architectural designs, interiors and landscapes that merge harmoniously along the grid.

 

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Michael Depasquale and Martina Maffini, photographers and world travellers

Raised in Upstate New York, Michael Depasquale studied photography in London, while Martina Maffini focused on obtaining her degree in Political Science. The pair met in 2011 and have since honed their talents for interior photography, architecture and still life. Their joint account encapsulates the joys of nomad living.

Joris Poggioli, architect and interior designer

 

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Italian-French craftsman Joris Poggioli credits the family legacy – his father was a locksmith and his uncle a sculptor – for his keenness to push boundaries. An architect, interior and product designer, he folds French elegance and Italian subtlety into every creation, like his monolithic glass and brass table. This year he’ll proudly sit on the AD100 list.

 

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