Croatia

We spent our summer vacation in sunny Croatia. I had heard from friends and acquaintances that it was a gorgeous place to visit. So we decided that this year we would head that way this summer. So we did. We drove 2000 km from Århus,...

Work Rest and Play

Canon G7XI guess we all struggle to get the work life balance right and being a full time self employed Photographer the work life balance can go right out of the window ! I have always had a big problem saying no to work and...

Some Rome, Some Paris… And a Gallery Opening

My schedule has been crazy busy. Between Rome and Paris, I only had a few weeks back in the States. I taught a workshop in Minneapolis and spent many days catching up with office work, recording podcasts, writing, jurying an international call for entry and...

To Much Clutter !

X100FIts been a very busy few years and I have not had a decent relaxing break for quite a while to be honest. I have just taken a week off and spent it under 60 miles from my front door in the Peak District and...

Money and Photography

Over the years, I have met many professional and semi-professional photographers. We’ve discussed seeing, creativity, gear or even marketing and promotions but there is one topic which appears to be taboo – money! In fact, this is such a toxic issue that even now as...

Gear Porn at its best.

I always think the X100F is one of the sexiest camera around. Guess what? Be tempted again! It’s ever sexier now with the brown leather version. Words cannot explain how beautiful it looks. Here are some camera pornography folio of this gorgeous X100F taken...

Own your vision

I have to admit that despite having a presence on YouTube and trying to get my channel going, I don’t watch many videos as I find most of them shallow and too much gear-oriented. Having said that, I recently watched an eye-opening video by Sean...

On the edge of seeing

In the last few months I had the privilege of meeting many interesting photographers and visual thinkers – some well-known, others pioneering new ideas and imagery away from the spotlight of social media. One theme that often entered our conversations was the idea of “destination”...

Finding Photographic Balance in Hawaii

I recently returned home from a family vacation in Hawaii, where I spent nine days with my wife and daughter during spring break.  As time was ticking down to our departure a lot of friends and colleagues asked me what camera I was taking,...

Finding the freedom to see

What an incredible three weeks it has been! Kasia and I just returned from a photographic trip to Europe where I was leading the Visual Poet Experience Workshops in London and Berlin. I had the privilege of working with an amazing group of photographers from...