Theatre of Life. The Theatre of Life is a collection of images linked with an essence of simplicity. The elements in a photo make up the story.
WE. Novi Pazar is a city founded by the Ottoman army when it occupied Serbia. At that time, it was the main shopping center and the main crossroads of all the roads in the Balkans.
Light and shadow. Just street photography
SPARKS. These photographs have been taken over the past twenty years of my wandering the streets trying to make sense of the world.
Colourful streets especially street arts attract me a lot. It gives a glimpse of a city’s attitude towards life and a break from monotonous stereotype street walls.
Hanoi 365 days. Hanoi, I not born here, But this is where I studied and lived until now. I love this place, and I want to capture the moments of my life, the streets that I go through, the people I meet on the street.
Street photography from Poland. I’m wandering the streets of cities in search of interesting stories.
Suburban Marrakech. Photography for me is a pectoral way to tell a story and evoke feelings. I utilize the camera as an instrument to preserve life in the act of living.
The Trusth is out there. Supernatural, Conspiracy theories, Mythology, Unidentified flying object, Inspired by THE X-FILES, what can not be explained But has confirmed the existence.
Everystreet. The street offers an infinite world of possibilities for photography. With these photos I try to capture my way of seeing the street and what happens in it.
United Streets of America. United Streets of America is a series of street pictures shot across a dozen of US cities I had the opportunity to visit through work and personal trips.
Street photography Is Fun. There are so many surprises in street photography, sad, happy and unexpected etc. And I am always happy to capture that moment.
Something happened in Chumphon. Sea : Feelings : Imagination Beauty peace mystery unpredictability insanity…
Street photographs from Australia and Elsewhere. I’m not sure that I have a style. I just look for quirkiness, intimacy, humour, ambiguity, and mystery.
Shades of thoughts. Although made in different countries, the images of the series “Shades of thoughts”
ABnimal. I like to go out and take street photographs while imagining myself as Indiana Jones who is wading through the jungle, searching and hunting for exotic animals to add to his collection.
On an Island. These photographs represent a larger body of work I hope to show one day. My eye is consistently drawn to those lost in something – themselves, another, or just the world around them.
Fronteiras de identitade. The province of Cadiz: true frontier of the Andalusian identity Andalusia has always been a place with a multicultural identity, created over the centuries, following the various peoples who have lived in this area.
Hallucination. Rather than capturing perfect pictures on streets, I am trying to push up my street photographic work to conceptual series, making books and zines out of them. Here are some examples.
Gracial Fidel! “Gracias Fidel” is a work I did in Cuba on several trips. This is a portrait of my vision of this beautiful place.
Lights and silhouettes in the city. In the urban landscape of the cities, the human silhouettes populate temporarily the public space.
Identity. A series of photographs that analyze urban society from different points of view.
Reflections. I like the way reflections distort reality. They are telling another story, blending everything that comes along: foreground, background, photographer, and subject, topsy-turvy.
Chance. Humans have a huge tendency to seek motivations for a chance. When we hear a story about a mugging that ended with the death of the victim, the first thing we ask is “but did the guy react?” Trying to find a justification for that tragedy.
Shadows. Photographs in which people emerge from shadows, in a game of dark and lights.
Street Photography in Saudi Arabia. Street photography in Saudi Arabia is hard because I’m a young and female and people will look at me holding a camera like I`m a weird person and specifically in holy places like The Prophet Mosque.
A collection of photographs taken in Cambodia and Indonesia between 2015 and 2016. These images reveal the importance of community within these two cultures through the traditions and practices that are photographed.
日本 – Days of Heaven. 日本 – Days of Heaven is a project that captures the social nuances, traditions, and cultural metamorphoses of Japan.
My photos are never staged, put in a scene or else… I’m highly sensitive and my intuition leads me to the shot I make… I don’t plan shots they happen on my way through the day and night.
Gone with the Wind. Its all about childhood, and how we miss it. Now our childhood is lost in the realities of the modern times, and now we can not laugh at all, we can do it in the rain.