About Japan – Street Opera. People in Japan live in colors, sounds, lights, and silent emotions.
Streetlicious = Street is Delicious. Street photography is very unique. Because we never know or predict what moments we will get or snap. And street photography can be done anywhere and anytime so that makes street photography very enjoyable.
Dog Story. I must personally admit initially when I started out exploring my passion for street photography I was very shy as a person and I always thought itís not polite to photograph unknown people.
Street Dialogues. These are apparently unrelated stories, spontaneous encounters, whimsical shapes, colors and textures that play, speak and intertwine, showing us a new and visual vision of the city of Almeria (Spain).
A cidade maravilhosa. I was born in Rio de Janeiro, a city that is also referred to by Brazilians as ‘a cidade maravilhosa’, the wonderful city.
Domestic (Dis)order. This ongoing project started with the birth of my eldest daughter as the only solution I could find to carrying on with the type of photography I was interested
Street shots from my walks taken by my compact camera.
People of Rabat. Rabat, capital of Morocco. City less known than the other Moroccans, not beaten by the flow of mass tourism and much less subject to foreign influences.
Mumbai gestures. Here is a series of street photographs taken in the city of Mumbai in 2017. The purpose of this work was to capture the energy of the streets of Mumbai through the movements of its inhabitants.
A Light Lunch. A light lunch is an ongoing personal photographic project exploring daily life and light during my lunch break in Sydney, Australia.
Motto of City and anf Life . A city is actually a visible or an invisible multitude; With its buildings, wracks and ruins, Lives glide from the walls, shadows, loneliness and crowds…
London is regularly grey and overcast which I was finding quite challenging when trying to compose pictures.
In Own World. Lost within. Lost without. A bit of ‘me’ time. Introspection. Feeling all alone in a crowd. In own world inspects modern day solitary shells.
1 Ginostra, Italy, (2016) 2 Rome, Italy (2015) 3 Libreville, Gabon (2017) 4 Libreville, Gabon (2017)
My Times, My People. Every age and place have their distinct social, historical and existential characters. Having lived with the trends of street photography over the last few years, I feel a growing feeling inside that the moments that I express, must be rooted in and express the time and place that I live in.
Istanbul Street Stories. Istanbul. My home, my life, my city. These photos are a part of a story. I am a collector. I collect emotions. Emotions of Istanbul and people who lives in Istanbul.
Humans in the city. In this project, I want to show the place of humans in different cities, using the aestheticism of buildings, shadows areas, or playing with street elements like advertising posters or billboards.
Faceless in the city. In my pursuit to capture street photography, I wanted to focus on the mystery side of the street. Mixing fine art and street, the viewers can create their own mysterious story and get captivated by the sounds, lights, color and serene beauty that make-up the city life.
APVLIA. A series of pictures that tells the essence of my land, enhancing subjects and uses that make this territory wonderful.
12 days in New York City. 12 days in New York City in the summer heat, offering endless moments, sights and people. A city that would take a life time to capture.
Lysaker Station – While I’m waiting. Lysaker station is one of the major traffic hubs in Oslo. Thousands of people travel through this place every day – going to and from work.
Addis + Harar. This collection is a series of photos from the streets of Addis Ababa and Harar. The photos are about candid street activities in both cities. And five of the photos are double exposures.
A Cidade é um Rio de Passos e Vozes. “A Cidade é um Rio de Passos e Vozes” is a long-term personal project on my hometown, Rio de Janeiro.
Seaside Simplicity. In these 10 photos, I try to extract the simplicity out of the seasides in Cyprus.
Saigon Minimal. All the photos were taken in Saigon, old name of Ho Chi Minh, south Vietnam.
These are photographs taken at different times and in different cities. I prefer to shoot individual, self-contained photos that do not depend on each other.
Street Stories of Istanbul. My selection of photos are about daily life of Istanbul. Shadows, geometric and black and white.
Time has no meaning. Zanzibar is a Muslim island in Tanzania, the island is quite toured by travelers all over the world, despite it, can still see the magical authenticity in big parts of this place.
Big City People. It’s hard to believe that someone could feel lonely surrounded by millions of people in an urban metropolis.
Off Quay. This ongoing series first took shape in 2014 when I realised that during the winter months I’d always end up at Circular Quay to catch the final shards of light as it spears through the architecture of the train station, ferry terminals, and harbour bridge.