A couple weeks ago as I headed from Europe to Arctic Siberia in -40C for a photographic assignment, my baggage containing all my clothes were lost by the airline, so I arrived in Moscow with a T-shirt, a fleece and a bag of cameras. By great fortune I bumped into photographer Yuriy Chichkov at the airport, and he led me on a high-speed scramble for Arctic wear in Moscow before my next flight took off to the icy desert that night. Thank you, Yuriy. Posted by | View Post | View Group
Home sweet home… for a short assignment in Hong Kong. Posted by | View Post | View Group
Thank you Niklaus Stauss for the picture at the Lumix lecture in Hanover. Posted by | View Post | View Group
Check out my last publication on “6 mois” magazine. Posted by | View Post | View Group
Enjoyed sharing experiences at the Lumix Festival. Posted by | View Post | View Group
I will present my work at the Lumix Festival in Hannover. Posted by | View Post | View Group
I flew into Beijing with the TBWA team to meet Lu Chuan, the first of my six subjects for Martell’s Join the New Elegance campaign.
Outside the window, tall birch trees gradually shrank, becoming shrubs; soon only twigs stuck out of the snow. When, finally, darkness enshrouds landscape of ice and snow, we knew we had arrived in the extreme North.
In 2012, French spirits company Pernod Ricard commissioned me to highlight its efforts empowering locals in Dimen village, in China’s impoverished Guizhou province, to retain their culture through skilled marketing of traditional craftsmanship.
In 2010 and 2011, OXFAM approached me to work with them on a campaign to raise awareness of the economic stagnation and crumbling welfare that was plaguing post-Soviet countries, 20 years after the disintegration of the Soviet Union.