A Light Lunch. A light lunch is an ongoing personal photographic project exploring daily life and light during my lunch break in Sydney, Australia.
DeadliNNe Vision. My submission it´s my vision of the world, what I most like to watch and what makes me interested. I like to work in old style, it makes me feel more what I am capturing and also the mood around.
These images were shot in Andalucia, that constitutes the biggest part of southern Spain. I narrate a story with color, leaded by the light and the shadows.
A living city. Living in São Paulo, the metropolis is an alpha global city, and the most populous in Brazil. Having the largest economy in Latin America, and the Southern Hemisphere.
All We Have Is Now. My first self-published zine. A selection of everyday images sprinkled with a generous handful of surrealism and cynicism.
Ten untold stories. Ten little stories from Cuba – untold so far.
Brasília, DF. For me, street photography is about transforming reality into one’s own world, into personal fiction. The streets of Brasilia, where I live, are often very empty, boring and little prone to human interaction.
The longest power outages in Ghana. When you walk through central Accra, you hear this annoying buzz. It’s like the buzz of a mosquito in your ear. It comes from all the businesses that are using generators.
Pier to Pier. My project ‘Pier to Pier’ is about the beach culture in my home town Scheveningen. The location where I shoot is always between the northern fishing pier and the iconic pleasure pier with the big wheel.
That’s what I look for when I put people inside my images. I say “put” because for me it’s not about the people.
Fishermen waters. This is a project related a fishermen village on a lake in Mexico, I was very interested to capture the way of living before it disappears.
Details and colors of my city. Born in Girona (Catalonia) and raised in Barcelona where I live. This series of photographs is my vision, basically, of the streets of my city.
The Square Mile in the City of London. As a photographer working for the media often covering stories on how we live in our surroundings, I love that it’s street photography that best allows me to completely immerse myself in the swirl of human activity around me without the need to interfere or manipulate.
Sexy or not? I capture what the street can offer us. Sexy or not? everyone will make their choice.
Colourful London. London Street photography. Colour.
Purgatorio, circle of lust. ‘Or sai nostri atti e di che fummo rei: se forse a nome vuo’ saper chi semo, tempo non è di dire, e non saprei’. Circle of lust, seventh and last round of the Purgatorio project: here they take delight the souls of people who pretend to enjoy life.
Between here and there. Bourney through the different metropolises of the world, between here and there, attracted by the light, the contrast and the colors of these cities.
Anonimus city. A look at the city from any point of reference, We observe it at our whim but we feel it anonymous, so alien to our movements… to our steps.
My photography project is about light and shadow at the street life. I like to show the texture of the city and the loneliness of the person using light and shadows in my photographs.
Brooklyn. Manhattan had become me a pointless destination and I headed towards Brooklyn in the search of James Gray, Scorsese, and Spike Lee film characters.
St Kilda Beach, Melbourne Australia against a blue sky backdrop. People playing, moving and living.
This area was old tannery district in my city Bursa Turkey, and a home of people for many years together with tanneries.
This work is an ongoing project I started 3 years ago documenting life in a slum of Moti Bagh. New Delhi. India.
Elias Gym. Elias, a 28-year-old fitness and martial arts guy from Adwa, Ethiopia, finally made his DIY gym out of a garage in 2013, after many years working as a driver and mechanic.
Photos were taken at Williams, a small town of 2300 souls in Arizona for a two-day break. It was the famous July 4th, famous for the American Independence Day.