" In the end, maybe the correct language would be how the fact of putting four edges around a collection of information or facts and transforms it. A photograph is not a what was photographed, it is something else" - Gary Winogrand I haven't shared any of my own work in a while. Here's one [...]
What I like about cities and architecture is the stories they tell. All those years standing, housing many people, many cultures etc... All those untold stories I wish that I knew...
One thing we all strive for is pushing ourselves to be the best version of ourselves. So here's to our better versions................
I am the sum of my dreams I am the sum of my hopes I am the sum of my fears I am the sum of my insecurities I am the sum of my emotions I am where I come from I am where I've lived I am what I've seen I am the sum [...]
This is a series that I've been keeping close to my vest for a while and not by choice but simply because I thought that it is not ready. This particular series is an homage to our roots, if that can be said. With the increase of new architecture all around the world, we also [...]
Belgium is famous for its waffles but as someone with gluten allergies I found something else that completely satisfied me on my visit at the end of last year. Although it was a short trip, I was very happy when I was taken to the Antwerp-Central rail station. A stunning stone clad building with a [...]
Julius Shulman was born in Brooklyn in 1910, and his interest in photography started after taking on the subject in high school. He later attended the Univertsin of Berkeley where he earned pocket money by selling his photographs to fellow students. In 1936 he returned to Los Angeles and was enlisted by a friend to take photographs [...]