The other city. In general, a street photographer will highlight the ability to capture the moment… but for me It’s a little bit different. These photographs are the final result of something that I consider much more valuable: the skill to capture “The Other City”.
For just feel the time and the street. For find different points of view. For searching reality and dreams.
Street photography can be declined in different ways. Although I am personally very attracted to the graphic component produced by lights and shadows, in this project I wanted to collect some ironic or simply curious candid photos, taken in different European places.
Berlin After Dark. “The Berlin Ku’Damm is the most prominent shopping street in Berlin. Normally the street is filled with people looking for the newest dresses or Cellphones.
All We Have Is Now. My first self-published zine. A selection of everyday images sprinkled with a generous handful of surrealism and cynicism.
Street life of Dhaka. I always search for colors, unique subjects and candid moments in my surroundings. I love to shoot in public setting and try to find the unusual moments of life around my city.
Ten untold stories. Ten little stories from Cuba – untold so far.
Walking through the city, enjoy the sensations, shapes, textures that this emanates and make it somehow yours through photography, is a way, for me, to understand and understand that we are part of the same without excluding ourselves and therefore return this captured energy in a positive way.
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.
For people who don’t know Milan, it’s a bit like Bucarest but with more pizzerias. This is a selection of pictures from said city. To be fair, it’s a sort of skewed Identikit portrait comprised of my dark outlook superimposed over Milan’s cold heart.
Sleeper Class. Through my project Sleeper Class, I wanted to immerse people in the world of the lower middle class of Indian trains.
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.
Tales of color. The street is a field with endless possibilities, where surprises always hide behind the next corner. When I walk with my camera in my hands, the street life transforms into a theatrical act, a play that is taking place for me only.
Shadows tend to be overlooked by most people. I love them and try to work with them to give the fluent moments of the city I live in more beauty and at the same moment more intimacy.
Passengers – Strangers. “Do you understand sir, do you understand what it means when you have absolutely nowhere to go? For everyman must have somewhere to go.” F.M. Dostoyevski – Crime and Punishment.