Eye See 2013 – A photographic experiment

An idea is great – putting it down on paper and making it happen is even better. That’s a new year’s resolution and one that can easily be achieved with something I like to do… and that’s photography. A photo a day for 2013 – sounds easy enough, right? Well, I’m already barely two weeks … Continue reading Eye See 2013 – A photographic experiment

The curvature of life

A fisheye lens is a weird thing. It gives a very different perspective to a photo. While it’s requires a bit of adjustment to use (i.e. like shooting in black and white), the feeling you get from the photo is something extraordinary (i.e. like black and white photos). Maybe it’s because of the 180 degree … Continue reading The curvature of life

Award winning photographer

This photo was awarded 2nd prize – that’s not too bad considering this is the first time I entered a photo competition. So I guess I have some bragging rights until next year. It was quite a surprise to find out that my photo titled “Solemn Guards Standing Tall” was awarded second place Club Photo … Continue reading Award winning photographer

Living in a grey period – enjoying the black and the white

I was just visiting my blog and realized that it’s been about a month since I last wrote something. Well, let’s see, what’s been happening? For one thing, we went to a cooking class last night to learn a few French dishes. If you’re in Geneva and want to go to a cooking course, check … Continue reading Living in a grey period – enjoying the black and the white

Voigtlander Poster

As part of a graphic design project on photography, I wrote the copy, photographed, designed and art directed this poster for a Voigtlander lens I recently bought. The concept was to practice photography in a studio setting and to take the photograph and put it into a advertising format. The main photograph was taken in … Continue reading Voigtlander Poster

Philippe Schneider – Photographer

While working in Timor-Leste, I helped an Australian/French humanitarian photographer to put together a website to showcase his photos from his work around the world. The website was developed using WordPress and was built so the photographer could manage his own photo collections. Originally designed in black, the website was changed in late 2010 to … Continue reading Philippe Schneider – Photographer

Cimate and HIV/AIDS

As part of a series of covers on HIV/AIDS, development, environment, agriculture and transportation, I designed this cover to represent the publications content on the link between Climate Change and HIV/AIDS. In addition to being the photographer for the cover, I also put together a series of photos to create the design. The publication raises … Continue reading Cimate and HIV/AIDS