100’s of contributors

Alongside the core team below who keep 35mmc ticking over behind the scenes, there are 100s of contributors to the site that volunteer their time, thoughts and photography to add content to 35mmc for the benefit of the wider readership.

If you’d like to be one of those people and contribute something to 35mmc, then please get in touch.

The Team


Hamish Gill

I started taking photos at the age of 9. Since then I’ve taken photos for a hobby, sold cameras for a living, and for a little more than a decade I’ve been a professional photographer and, of course, weekly contributor to 35mmc.

I launched 35mmc.com in May 2013 with the goal of creating a blog and online resource dedicated to 35mm compact cameras. Since then, the website has grown to be quite significantly bigger than I could have ever hoped.

My role at 35mmc now involves sourcing, curating and editing the content submitted to the site by the ever growing community of contributors. I also manage the overall direction of the website and am the first point of contact for all enquiries.


Molly Kate

Photography has been a companion of mine since I was a kid, spending my days writing fiction stories in my school notebooks and begging to use my mother’s film camera. Nowadays, it’s less companion and more not-so-mild mild obsession. I cannot seem to get enough of (mainly) analogue photography. Cameras, films, filters, methods, philosophy, people, blogs, books, all of it. New and old. Plastic focus-free or mechanical metal rangefinders. It’s a privilege to be able to engage with such a fantastic medium and the community that keeps it alive.

I started writing news for 35mmc in the summer of 2022 and am very excited to continue to find and share news relating to this wonderful website and community.


Sroyon Mukherjee

I’m an amateur photographer who likes making images with anything from homemade pinhole cameras to smartphones and mirrorless digital. I do have a special fondness for vintage film cameras… but who doesn’t! I also enjoy collaborative projects, alternative processes, and developing and printing in my makeshift darkroom.

I joined the 35mmc team in summer 2020. Besides writing about photography, I’m working with Hamish to try and invite a wider range of photography-related content from people with stories to tell and images to share.

For more of my work, feel free to check out my Instagram and website.