Step inside a 450 year Swiss hamlet with my collection of B&W photos.
The dance between light and dark is one of the most fundamental – and most intriguing – elements of photography. It’s through the lens of this duality that I will be exploring some of Switzerland’s oldest and most intriguing buildings.
Traveling alone in the Eternal City. Just me, my camera, and an insatiable appetite for pasta and pizza. Take a look.
DAMNERNSADUAK FLOATING MARKET: Getting to this market is half the adventure; Huge monitor lizards laze around houses on stilts, pythons are used as a tourist attraction and vendors charm their way into your wallet. All the while, you don’t even have to get off your boat! MAEKLONG STATION: One of the largest fresh seafood marketsContinue reading “Back to Bangkok”
After living in the City of Light for over a year at the time, I had to admit that the glittery sparkle of Paris had worn off un petit peu. My cousin and aunt’s visit was the perfect way to awaken my tourist eyes again there and beyond. They wanted to visit the Champagne province just northeastContinue reading “Champagne, France”
The following photos were shot with my Canon AE 1 Program within Indonesia over the past year. It’s a heavy camera that I don’t take everywhere and developing film is virtually impossible now. I love using the camera for street photography and for close ups of people. It has produced some of my favorite images ofContinue reading “Film Photography: A Look At Indonesia”