A series of portraits for these days where we spend a lot of time on our own. Enjoy!
Now that I have the time to do the things I never had the time to, I’m gathering collections of photographs from my food photography to go on my portfolio. These collections I think are visually strong, show consistency on my style and are eye candy for potential new clients.
For the last week or so, I’ve been sorting the hard drives with all my personal work. Stuff like holiday snaps, street photography, architecture, events and pretty much anything that I had the time to shoot in between jobs or on my spare time and they seemed to be meaningless until now.
Here’s another set of fine art photos from a recent trip to Oaxaca.
Hey, I’m back!
Excuse my lack of posts. If you have been following me on Instagram you’ve seen that I had a crazy busy start of the year, went away for half of January and then came back to a few more crazy busy days.
I have a mixed feeling for Roma, I loved the city, the architecture, the culture, the language, the light, the history, the mysticism, romanticism and mythology of every corner but all this, at least to me was spoiled by three details that I wasn’t prepared for:
On day 7 of our 10-day holiday in Italia, we took a day trip to Napoli.
I just finished editing some shots I did for The Box Fit here in Brighton so I thought, what a great opportunity to show them off by answering to some of the more common questions I get asked on the subject.
Is photography becoming a lot more computational and technological? I thought about this recently while waiting to depart at the Thames Water Bus. I overheard a conversation between two photographer friends discussing the resolution on their cameras and how everything can be fixed in Photoshop.
This time, I want to share the snaps of what is now one of my favourite cities that I’ve visited. Every corner if the old town feels mystical in a way and Tuscan gastronomy is to die for…
Let’s get straight to the point. My next few posts will be about Italy and the photos I took during our holiday last May. Yes, it’s taken me this long to sort them. But don’t worry, I still have that trip to Mexico from 2015 to sort. soon… maybe… hopefully!
For the past few years, I’ve been photographing the Brighton Speed Trials, an epic motorsport event that takes place in Brighton’s seafront. There, stock cars, racing cars and bikes take part in trying to be the fastest in their category.