¡Hasta luego!

Today is our day in Guanajuato City. In the two months that Flemming and I have been here, its color has intensified by the day, until even my dreams are washed in this glorious palette. Until we meet again.More

Viernes Santo en Guanajuato, México

Flemming and I found ourselves inadvertently attending Good Friday mass at the plaza of Templo de San Roque. This loosely triangular plaza in front of the crumbling church, has permanent seats and theatre lights in place for outdoor performances. It also happens to be a great place to hang out in the late afternoons, when the shadows lengthen and throw sections of…More

Nik picking

A couple of days ago, Google released their Nik Collection for free. Download it here if you haven’t already. I’ve not used any of the Nik modules much, which means I’ve been going nuts with it in the past couple of days. It is not lost on me: the irony of shooting with with the latest and…More

On focus

“A kind of light spread out from [him]. And everything changed color. And the world opened out. And a day was good to awaken to. And there were no limits to anything. And the people of the world were good and handsome. And I was not afraid any more.” ― John Steinbeck, East of Eden…More

Building blocks

I haven’t stopped shooting since I’ve been in Guanajuato. The UNESCO Heritage Listed city itself is unbelievably beautiful, with that gorgeous colonial architecture framing an exhilarating assemblage of shapes and colors. It is impossible to ignore and for anyone who is visually inclined, an unending pleasure. Most of all, it’s impossible to ignore the binary play of light and shadow, where tone is all but lost to the camera’s eye before…More