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  • Slightly oversized characters, dwarves and ballerinas

    From Balzac’s Comedie Humaine to today’s Streetphotography, passing through all the possible tranche de vie of Maupassant, Saltykov-Scedrin and so much realism, humanistic photography from Cartier Bresson to Vivian Mayer, and one could go on and on, one has never…

  • Helping the Healing, physiotherapy in a public hospital in South Africa

    Helping the healing, the physiotherapy department of Grey’s Hospital in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa plays a part of a multidisciplinary healthcare in the care of both hospitalised and outpatients in this health facility. Grey’s Hospital is is a public tertiary health…

  • A letter to Lillian Bassman

    Dear LillianThank you for your photos. I wish I could be your friend. We’ve never known each other. We are in different epochs. Nevertheless I can have you as a tutor and encourager thought the times.You sang of the femininity.…

  • Mary’s Children

    Contemplating the deeper aspects of life is a universal endeavor. I recall pondering the vastness of existence even in my childhood, sensing the triviality of my being in the face of its infinitude. As we mature, life’s complexities begin to…

  • Somewhere else

    I started this project to tell a story of the city I lived in for 7 years, the city I loved, I miss, I can never come back to. My memories do not fade with time, but get more and…

  • About light and shadow: a set of images

    Light and shadow chase each other, contradict but complement each other: one could not exist without the relationship with the other.Sometimes light, artificial or natural, makes the details of an image clear, but shadow lurks to add depth and ambiguity;…

  • Are sexy phones dialling down?

    “Nobody’s looking at each other. Everybody’s glued to their phones.” The preponderance of mobile phones made street photography unsexy according to Joel Meyerowitz, but then, hasn’t one of the tasks of street photography been to record the world as it…

  • Leaves (from image 6723, details)

    The series that I present is called “Leaves (from image 6723)”, and is part of the “Leaves” project. The images were taken from a single photograph, a picture of a tree I took on a day of strong wind, which…

  • Figures in Suspension: Strolling Leisurely through the City

    It often happens to me to wander about the city in an absent-minded manner, without a precise destination, without a plan defined beforehand when I have my camera in my hand, with my thoughts wandering here and there, jumping from…

  • Commuter Motions – an experiential view of a commute

    Traveling from the industrial Lehigh Valley of Pennsylvania, through sparsely populated western New Jersey, and into the cacophony of New York City, Commuter Motions is a photography series that develops from the experiential capture of an eighty-mile commute. By opposing…

  • Postcards from some small villages

    Without any regrets or nostalgia, in the changes some things are lost and others are gained, if anything trying to good-naturedly mock the endless postcards about such pretty old villages!

  • Two Must Go Places in California For Anyone

    If you’re planning a trip out West, mark your calendar for two must-visit destinations: Yosemite National Park and the Huntington Library. While these gems may require a bit of financial investment, their awe-inspiring beauty promises an unforgettable experience that’s worth…

  • The colorful lady in many time and space in Hanoi, Saigon (Vietnam)

    Does fashion hold any significance in reinforcing or diminishing faith and the value of life? Or does it merely blind people in a consumerist society?

  • A Man Died in a Small Town: Colombia

    A man died. He was the mayor years ago, and his son is the mayor now. What looked like the entire town showed up to the church in the square.

  • Eve time before the happy new year

    Eve, the deepest and most elementary sense of time that precedes an event, a time of expectation, perhaps of hope, in any case a time suspended in limbo…

  • Hands, an eulogy to laziness

    Humble hands, then, and a little sceptical, with little desire to enter the fray or to fight: a self-portrait.

  • Visitor, the flavour of a city

    A posture, an attitude, the position in the frame are from time to time the elements of a personal and arbitrary tale about the atmospheres that one breathes in the City.

  • “Twelve”, a story about how to remember what was forgotten

    The tram stopped on Kastanienallee, past the house where Micha lived. Or still lives? I do not know that anymore. It went north to Weißensee. Past the small cinema. Once we were there very late and very drunk, I think…

  • Key landmarks in the eternal city

    In order to dispel the rumour that Friday 17 November is a particularly inauspicious and unlucky day on which it is better not to do anything…

  • My homeland has only one name: peace

    I didn't know this part of my family history. It resonates all the more in me since I live in Saxony.

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