Posts Tagged tourism

Crossing the Tichka

If you are familiar with my work, you have taken a look at my “Contrasts” gallery. This gallery curates a personal project where I have been trying a different slant on my landscape photography. The images I make for this project aim to distill the essence of the landscape through the use of simple and elegant [...]

Stop moving, dammit

One of my favourite things to say about my take on photography is that I shoot landscapes and architecture because, unlike people, they don’t move and don’t talk back . Beside being mean spirited and aggravating, I am also quite shy, so talking people into letting me photograph them is a challenge that I seldom [...]

Morocco Gallery is up

I know I’ve been teasing you with for quite some time, but it is here now. My Morocco Gallery is now live on the site and can be viewed here. For the more adventurous of you, a larger library of Morocco images is available on my stock library, which you can see here. I hope [...]

Watcha looking at?

I have just come back from a very productive two-week stint in Morocco with friend and distinguished photographer David Clapp scouting for potential photographic tour this coming fall. The return home is a bit of a hectic one between work, teaching and social commitments. I am well advanced in the processing of the Morocco images [...]

Hiatus

You have probably noticed that my posts here have been less and less regular…it’s not you, it’s me, really! Unfortunately, I have come to the conclusion that I am juggling a few too many acts that I can’t keep up with. As such, I will be taking a bit of a hiatus from my blog [...]