Most people don’t remember telephone numbers nor data but remember a face. It matters not whose face or where. It is in recognition, in resonance, in connecting.
Adam Gool 1 / 3
Braveheart 1 / 3
Tarryn Chudleigh 1 / 2
Jurgen Hellweg 1 / 3
Het vermogen onbewogen stil te staan.
The ability to stand still unmoved.
Eyes Wide Shut 1 / 6
Forgotten Landscapes 1 / 5
Might as well shoot landscapes. Landscapes are the new black. Landscapes are a matter of opinion. A landscape doesn’t expect anything.
Untitled 1 / 9
Photography dwells in the strange dimension between fact and fiction. I live happily and insanely immersed in both. I feel an unrelenting need to connect with beauty and weird, imperfect things everywhere and still believe in the inherent goodness in our world.
Nguni Cows 1 / 4
Berlin Olympic Stadium 1 / 4
Topography 1 / 3
Visceral: When something is visceral, you feel it in your guts. A visceral feeling is intuitive – there might not be a rational explanation, but you feel that you know what’s best, like your visceral reaction against egg salad.
Green 1 / 6
Township Life 1 / 9
Someone needed that sign.
A sign of life.
We will never know.
Messages 1 / 7
Chefs 1 / 4
Everyone, in some small sacred sanctuary of the self, is nuts.
Corbusier Wohnmaschine Berlin 1 / 9
The New Church Museum 1 / 3
It’s always about the light. With nuances of darkness. Enough to journey through time and memory.
Movie Stills 1 / 6
Workshops 1 / 7
Look through a tiny square and see an entire world burst open. A new love affair right there. Unexpected encounters. Unlock. Inspire. Play. Innovate.