Very pleased to be taking part in Screen 2018 along with so many talented photographers. Screen 2018 is a competition with a jury formed by the photographer Laura El-Tantaoui, the artistic director of the Fotocolectania Foundation Irene De Mendoza, the curator Natasha Christia and the photographer and publisher Emilie Halard. My video presentation for the ‘Still…’ project will be shown in Rubí, Barcelona on October 20th alongside work by:
Mathieu Van Assche
Ronin de Goede
There are also a number of large scale photographic installations showing until the end of October. With work by:
Rafael Tanaka Monzó
Very pleased to have my absences project featured on Dodho Magazine. Click on the image to see the project. Cheers!
Very happy to have had my 'Still..' project featured as part of Propeller Magazines second open call for 'Fiction'. I was never very interested in taking photographs. When I picked up my first camera it was a way of sharing time with someone I loved very much. A way of exploring the world we lived in and comparing views and discoveries. A dialogue that had a limitless potential. The relationship ended but I still think of photography that way. I am just no longer sure who I am talking to. I am honored that I am able to take part in this conversation and would like to thank everyone at Propeller and especially Sofia Silva for her writing on my work.
You can read more about the project here.Read More
I haven't updated my blog for awhile as I have been consumed with finishing this project. I still have a ways to go before I print the first dummy and start making revisions but, here are some teaser images of what I have been doing. #ThingsThatMayOrMayNotBecomeSomethingRead More
It is a brand new year and, although I am a little slow in writing, I am extremely happy to have my Surfacing project featured by Yogurt Magazine. Thanks to Luigi Cecconi & Francesco Rombaldi for making this possible.Read More
Very happy to have my 'A Certain Distance' project featured on L'Autre Quotidien. This is an ongoing project with the goal of producing a series of photographic short stories that explore the deeply personal space between what is known and what is felt: a study of mental illness. Click on the image to read the article.Read More
Very happy to have had my submission to the International Photography Award 2018 featured on the British Journal of Photography's webpage. Click on the quote below to see the editorial. Cheers.Read More
Tokyo , for me, is an endless series of subcultures. Each with their own history and traditions. My interest in Tsukiji began with a friendship and my intent to document the world he lived in. This is only the shallowest look into that world and I hope to have the chance to go back and learn more.Read More