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'The Next Page' Podcast S1E1

Published on June 6, 2019

The "The Next Page" podcast is a seasonal show, each made out of 7 episodes. Presenting a collective of unique conversations with amazing creators from the world of photography. Artists like Lior Sperandeo, Yonatan Nir, Valerie Ziouzand and others.

How I Finance My Projects

Published on June 13, 2017

How do I fund my projects? Should you use local guides? What editing software do I use? all this and more in this VLOG + Q&A video... but with a twist!

The Shaman׳s apprentice

Uploaded on Apr 25, 2017

My search led me through many different communities in the amazon such as: Siona, Secoya, Cofan and finally the Shuar. My search was challenging since I was looking for something very specific and rare in our time and age - a shaman’s apprentice...

The Search Continues...

Published on Mar 26, 2017

Originally, I was hoping to find a story for my project in the northern part of the Ecuadorian Amazons but as things developed it seems like my journey will lead me elsewhere.

The Full Story Behind The Eagle huntress Image

Published on Feb 18, 2017

About two weeks ago, I asked you guys on social media to vote for your favorite image so I could make a full video showing you the entire creative process behind one of my most powerful images... So yeah. Enjoy.

The Oldest Silversmith in China

Published on Jan 19, 2017

Photographing 74 year old Master silversmith Li-Gong, and his 13 year old granddaughter, Li-Ley-Ling, wasn't easy. The silver workshop was dark, lit only by a small window and the television set. But sneaking in some 'fill light' from an LED light and trying really hard not to move the camera too much, we managed to get some beautiful images that I'm pretty pleased with.

Photographing in the dark

Published on Jun 2, 2016

I've always loved grainy photographs. As I see it, no matter how beautiful and complex the images are, it's their grainy imperfection that reminds us that what we are seeing is really out there and that it wasn't easy to photograph. I almost always find my favourite kind of images during the very last light of the setting sun or when things are illuminated by the dancing flame of a candle…But on my last journey to Ethiopia I had what was probably my darkest photoshoot to date.

Up The Mountain Churches

Published on May 13, 2016

When I first got to Ethiopia I had 2 main goals; the first goal was to satisfy my desire for change since, up to that point, most of my work was focused on different parts of Asia. I wanted to challenge myself to make a new photography project in a completely new environment, one that had no cultural similarities with the other places I've travelled to previously.

TEDx: I'm Not "Shooting" anyone

Published on Nov 18, 2015

As some of you may know I was fortunate enough to do another TEDx talk on TEDxWhiteCity stage some time ago and now the talk is online for you guys to watch it! The talk is about my view and intake on the future of photography as an international language, a language that ultimately will connect us all.

Free Ebook: Making A Photo Story

In this E-book you will find seven simple and useful tips that will improve your ability to produce these photo stories and make your work even more relevant in today’s highly competitive documentary photography market. More importantly, following these practical steps will help you on your way to having your images published.