Shetland: I started 2011 by travelling to Shetland. I explored the most Northern part of Scotland, hiking through dramatic landscapes in all sorts of weather: strong winds, snow storms, sheets of rain, sun. I was not always fighting the winter elements. I shared a lot of good times wi
Portrait of Peter, crofter in Cunningsburgh. When I took this picture, Peter had just finished to unmade an haystack in order to stock it and feed his cows. Sheepdogs were chasing mice or rats hidden in the ground (where the haystack was before).
Sandwood Bay beach, Blairmore, Sutherland Morning light on Chaipaval, Northton, Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides Wild beach, Balnakeil, Durness, Northern Highland White sand beach, Kintyre St Ninian Isle beach, Bigton, Shetland CLICK TO SEE MORE BEAUTIFUL SCENERY PICTURES OF SCOTLAND
Around a thousand years ago, when Vikings moored off the Shetland coast, they cleared everything in their path before colonising the island and bringing with them their farming methods, their language, culture and traditions. In the 15th century when the daughter of the King of Denmar
View over Pund Voe, Hill of Berry and Tondra, Central Mainland. It was around 11am when the sun lit up the coast. At that time the light is already low like most of the day, but beautiful. Like the Isle of Harris, where I stayed in January 2010, Shetland life is very much influenced b
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.