They say that time is a great healer... what are your thoughts? Tomas Monka
Monka is a dedicated photographer looking for the perfect combination of light and elegance in everything that comes in front of his camera. Like an illusionist, he fools us with images that are beyond reality. “It is a fact that I spend the most time with my camera! Sad but true. Although I have not named her yet, maybe that is something I must do in the near future." "Time does not heal anything. The best time to heal anything is NOW! You can heal your wounds only in the present moment. You can not depend on the future." When Jakob Dahlström is not photographing he spends most of his time growing pumpkins in his garden, a hobby that emerged after a meeting with a pumpkin man in Österlen. A meeting that
changed Jakobs vision of the world around him. ”In the head, that’s where you´re stupid" said the pumpkin man. Some of Jakobs clients are Bon Magazine, Plaza Watch,
Contributer Magazine, Stalker Magazine. “Before I can answer this question we must define what time is and that it exists. As far as I know we can’t. I don’t think that something that can’t be shown to exist can heal anything.
Also, there is no god. ”
A freelance journalist and editorial consultant who has lived on three different continents, Y-Jean regularly comes face to face with inspirational individuals in pursuit of excellence. She contributes to international titles such as Asia Tatler, Forbes, International Watch, LP-Luxury Properties, Manifesto, Robb Report, T Qatar and The Peak, shining a spotlight in particular on art, architecture, design, horology and jewellery. “Time heals all wounds by helping you look forward to the future rather than getting stuck on the past.” Laura is a long-term logophile who loves nothing more than
stumbling across new and obscure words. Based in Bristol, UK, she has been working as a freelance writer for five years, mostly for the pure, unadulterated access to dictionaries. She also runs marathons. A lot. Including the Marathon des Sables – often described as “the toughest footrace on earth”. So it’s
not all just words. "If time isn't a great healer, my bad memory is."
Josh is a London-based prolific freelance writer and editor contributing to the likes of the Financial Times, the Times and Wallpaper, among others. He's the author of several books on men's style and editor of the forthcoming 'Aston Martin: 100 Years'. “Time doesn't heal. But it does allow you to forget with convenience.”