Category: News

Opening of my photo studio and art gallery

Last saturday I celebrated the opening of my brand new photo studio! Until the 20th of May there will also be a photo exposition with many photos taken in India.

Solidary photo exhibition in Tehran

Today and tomorrow the Cultural Center See You in Iran (SYII) is celebrating some cultural activities, including a photo exhibition of some of the pictures I took last year in Kermanshah province after the Iran/Irak earthquake. Hopefully some donations will be raised to support the affected people. For more information about my work click here.

Carnival in Vinaros

As every year, thousands of people came to see the event of the year in Vinaros. Here some shots of last saturday.

Fallas of Benicarló

The traditional celebration of Fallas os starting soon. Here a preview of my last shooting for the Falla La Paperina.

The three holy kings, Christmas in Benicarló

The 5th and 6th of january, the three “magic kings” (reyes magos) came to Benicarló to visit all children in town. Here some photos!

Short film Premiere – Flying Galvanize

  My short film documentating life in Dominica after Hurricane Maria was finally released on the 21st of October 2018 in Hamburg, Germany. I would like to thank everybody who came to there premiere in the Hamburger Botschaft.   Watch the trailer of the film here! Learn more about the project at: WWW.FLYING-GALVANIZE.COM  

Solidary photo exhibition for earthquake affected people. Tehran 2019, coming soon!

November 2017: A 7,3 magnitude earthquake hit at the Iraq / Iran border, leaving at least 569 dead, over 10.000 injured and more than 427.000 affected. Four month after that, still thousands live in tents or containers. Currently I am working for the Mehregan Institute on a solidary photo exposition at “See you in Iran…
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Article in INFOMAG MAGAZINE about India photo exhibition in Palma

  The Balearic magazine INFOMAG mentioned the photo exposition that took place in Ciao Belli Cafe, in Palma de Mallorca. The exposed pictures were taken in India and showed in a close and colourful way how people there are. The exhibition was planned to be there for two weeks, but after becoming many positive critics…
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