As I prepare to leave Malta after living here on and off for the better part of a year, I have much to reflect on from my time in this dusty archipelago anchored a couple of hundred kilometers off the coast of Sicily. It certainly stole a piece of my heart, and I’m certain if…
What a couple of old abandoned delivery vans parked in a vacant lot taught me about mortality, my relationship with my father, and the purpose of my photography.
Do you want to capture a great looking ‘spontaneous’ photograph? Try planning it in advance.
Emerging from over two months of lockdown, the island nation of Malta stretches its legs and slowly begins to swing back to life. While sitting in a newly opened bistro table watching the sun go down, this introvert reflects on walking through the empty streets of Malta’s capital and concludes that it is people that make a city.
To visit modern-day Berlin is to be immediately confronted by the visual evidence of a persistent question: ‘how do you acknowledge and learn from the past while at the same time planning and building for the future?
A10 day photographic journey through Iceland’s icy northern landscapes under a sky caught in perpetual dusk.