I’ve been travelling so much that I’ve not had a chance to add a blog post for a while. This latest is from an assignment I shot for New York Times in the spring, of beautiful Bosnia and Herzegovina. I was totally captivated by this amazing country, with it’s post-war vibe, spectacular pristine landscapes and story-book villages.
Is there really such a thing as perfection when it comes to creativity? This was a question I was asked in an interview by 99U Adobe Magazine for an online article on the art of creation and how we as creatives strive for perfection. You can read the full article here at 99U.Adobe.com which also includes interviews with other photographers… Continue reading.
Breath in the fresh, crisp alpine air and feast your eyes upon nature’s masterpiece – the Dolomites will enrich your senses and leave you wanting more… Check out the New York Times article 36 Hours in the Dolomites at this link for some great tips on this spectacular region and view more images from this assignment below and in my… Continue reading.
I had dreamed of going to Montenegro for many years to photograph the spectacular scenery there. I was truly inspired and intrigued by this country, so when New York Times asked me if I was available for an assignment in Montenegro, I was pretty ecstatic!