As beings, we crave an intense urge for self-development by experiencing the unknown, confronting unforeseen challenges, getting to know unfamiliar cultures, ways of life and behaviours.
North East Italy, near Asiago.
Somewhere in Italy.
Cuba is the land of Oz for photographers. A magical country where the fluidity of shooting is as pleasurable and enchanted as its inhabitants.
a fight to the death
but not shattered
uses words well
people will stare
Business as usual on the streets of Cuba.
Some images present strained ideas, views and conversations. It's up to the viewer to interpret what they believe is presented to them. Each one's eyes or perceptions are unique to their own.
Shot on a door.
This is a powerful image of a young boy shot on the carousel in Brooklyn promenade.
captured in nyc. a powerful image of a homeless person in front of a security truck. we all seek some form of security. this one is the form of a blanket.
Shot on the streets of Amsterdam.
There is a spiritual aspect to shooting my images. Looking through my lens I see the non-duality of reality. I use this medium to portray the intimacy of the subjects to a state of completeness.
While I was having a pizza, this old lady asked me for some change.
LGBT protest against Trump __Stonewall Inn
"Big Brother" is there to support you.
Unexpected and unplanned moments are the best. They usually make for the best stories. Insignificant shots usually come around and bring the pieces of the puzzle together.
Shot in Utrecht, Amsterdam. I love balloons, they make me feel young again.
Shot at Starbucks
Monochrome photography can capture the timelessness of a moment. It's truly an obsession of mine.
Minimal Art can take on many forms of abstractions.
This pigeon is an outsider, but doesn't seem to mind.
shot in Brooklyn, prewar building.
Patched cattle in the pastures of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Virginia.
Taken in the streets of Santorini, Greece.