In developing countries like Nepal, boys and girls are very aware of the importance of being educated despite the lack of job opportunities in the country. In Nepal, a large number of NGO participate in funding education program, build and run schools in the Kathmandu valley or in var
Fes was founded by Idris I two thousand two hundred and twenty three years ago, making it one of the oldest medieval cities on earth. Under the influence of the Andalusians and migrants from Kairouan (Tunisia), Fes grew as a city of Islam, crafts and trades. It is during this period t
Everybody knows this feeling when after a long winter and an endless cloudy spring, the sun is out. The day I took this photo was one of those days. It was May. I was walking along Corn Street when I first spotted the black and white colour of the coffee shop signs and the man’s
An Australian couple in Edinburgh Earlier in 2011, I received a request from an Australian couple, Honi & Ned, coming to Edinburgh to get married. A the time, I didn’t have this website. Ned found me on Google after searching for “edinburgh photographers documentary
Norma and Stefan, a lovely Glaswegian couple In August, I spent the whole month selling prints of Scotland and Edinburgh during the Fringe festival. A few days before leaving the capital of Scotland, I was commissioned by Norma and Stefan, a lovely Glaswegian couple, to take photos of
In the old Edinburgh From the windy shore of Portobello to the Caves in the old city of Edinburgh, the wedding was a joyful day with a great Scottish character. The cosy basement bring a warmth atmosphere in a typical old Edinburgh architecture.
St Paul’s area in Bristol is the home of a strong African and Caribbean community, which can only be compared to the Notting Hill area in London. Every year since 1967 (except in 2002 and 2006), a carnival has taken place in its streets to celebrate Caribbean culture through a p
Expressing myself between documentary and street photography, my work focus on long
term projects because of the human aspect, but also to have better insight and understanding of a situation over time. Photography is a medium that allows me to explore the cultural and sociological aspects of life in order to understand the relationship between the people, their traditions/habits/cultures and their environment. In recent years I have worked on separate long term projects about the Medinas of Morocco and more recently the Yamuna river in India.