With the historic Palazzo Papodopoli as a stirring base, the essence of Venice is captured through photography and the written word in this, the second of Aman’s Meditations. Accompanied by British photographer Alexander Ingham-Brooke, American journalist Chris Wallace reflects on time spent in the floating city - no place better suited to revealing the transformative nature of travel.
Alexander Ingham-Brooke is a British photographer and filmmaker whose independent films have been included in screenings, exhibitions and film festivals internationally including the Frieze Art Fair London and the 7th Globians Documentary Festival Berlin. His fascinations with portraiture, time, narrative and identity are at the centre of his artistic process, with his work having featured in publications such as Dazed and Confused, and Vogue Italia.
Chris Wallace is an American journalist, essay writer and novelist. His diverse approach to content creation has seen him achieve the positions of US Editor of MR PORTER, Executive Editor of Interview Magazine. Currently he is working as biographer, capturing the life of late photographer, Peter Beard.