Most of my editorial work is usually accompanied by text. My pictures were often used by The New York Times, TIME, The Guardian, Le Monde, Paris Match, DER SPIEGEL, VICE and Vanity Fair – to illustrate a story, article, book or an idea within the context of a magazine or to embellish a specific theme visually.
I cover a varied range of different styles and genre, such as news and documentary, sports and entertainment. Predominately my editorial targets are newspapers, magazines and textbooks. My imagery reflects the world around us. The integrity of my images is essential to the ethics of journalism.
Portrait Photography is a particular method of representing a person. I intend to display the likeness, personality, and even the mood of the soul caged in a body structure.
I love editorial portraits. They mean so much to me. A good portrait photograph will always tell a story about the person in it.
As usual in all of my assignments, I particularly set out a combination of my and client’s demands, which lead me to a little more imagination and creativity. In one simple photo, I do my best to convey as much relevant information about my subject as I possibly could deliver hints about a person’s character, the work they do or the world they inhabit.
Portrait photography is all about people, and studio work is nearly the exact opposite from location shooting, especially for portraits. With location portrait shoots, the focus is easily on the person posing, but the surrounding elements also contribute to the final product. Also, the studio presents some more challenging lighting situations, as you can imagine that I’d need to create the light, rather than modify what the sun is providing.
I understand that studio work alone can be intimidating, adding people can often make things nerve-wracking, but you can trust me on this, working together it will always be easier.
Portrait photography helps identify who you are, how you see yourself or how you are seen. They can be honest images or equally created for affecting a new and improved persona.
Most of my clients will hire me for commercial, corporate or media projects and so I shoot lots of portraits that end up in the online/offline national & international press, and trade publications.
I am not an artist, and nor is a photographer. But, I think that an artist can use photography as a tool to create a piece of art. Pictures you see in this section of “Art Portraits” is a set of photographs, that are meant to make a representation of a person, in which its physical expression is predominantly focused. Although, in some of those portraits I often avoid faces, which in fine art techniques it is supposed to be the main theme. I hope you enjoy, and if you’d like to consider to work together fill-in the form below: