Is it wrong that I am nore interested in picture crafting than in the subject being depicted? I love shapes, light, symbols and how we instinctively react to them. My photographs try to convey this. They are mostly in B&W which, to my eyes, is more peaceful and better conveys what originally grabbed my attention in the scene. All are piezo printed on thick baryta paper by Hahnemuhle to also convey my love of a beautiful physical object that every print should be. All are signed, stamped and numbered and come with a certificate of authenticity.
Designers often mimic nature in their work. Seems reasonable to photograph nature to create prints full or interesting designs, right? 😉
Those arephotographs of Japan, Pariq, Scotland, Egypt, London (...) that rarely represent anything famous but capture how it feels to visit the area.
All prints are 17 inches, long dimension, warm Piezo prints made by Picto in Paris on A2 inch Hahnemuhle Baryta paper. All are editions of 17 + 3 AP, unless otherwise noted (on hover). Price: 180 € (excl shipping).
Squares, nothing but squares. Squares for the sake of it. Simply because I love the format, the simple and elegant focus it creates on the subject. All prints are available in two sizes:
This series gets up close to flowers, using portraiture techniques rather than conventional marcophotography. Instead placing focus on maximum detail, it seeks to reveal the soft shapes and shades of the leaves, stems and petals., so as to be far truer to how we perceive the beauty of those flowers in real life.
All prints are 12 inches (long dimention), warm Piezo prints made by Picto in Paris on A3 inch Hahnemuhle Baryta 315 paper. All are editions of 17 + 3 AP. Price: 240 € (excl shipping).