My best friend and longtime spiritual sister Diana had the kindness of sending me over some photographs I took of her and her cousin Sara way back in the day in 2011. Back then I didn’t have a good camera, I didn’t wear makeup and my knowledge of Photoshop was rudimentary, at best. It was… Continue reading The Haunting
While I’ve been away I’ve been silently mulling over an idea. I see so many collaboration requests on work forums and blogger Facebook groups, but it’s usually commercially inclined or based on a “like for like, follow for follow” basis. I want my follower count to go up organically, not because I liked someone’s… Continue reading Calling All Beauties
A couple of shots I got developed last-minute from my Paris trip that I couldn’t include in previous posts and thought deserved their own special moment. On our last night we wanted to return to a wonderful restaurant where we’d eaten the most amazing food all week (Le Bistrot de l’Universite, thank you Stuart for… Continue reading Midnight Magic
It’s been a year and a half since these pictures were taken, and this blog is mostly analog but since I’m also using it as a portfolio I thought I might take the opportunity to promote my Behance profile, where I am now uploading all my digital photoshoots. The talented stylist Cristina Landi, whom I… Continue reading Collaboration: CRISTINA LANDI
I decided to split ‘Architecture’ and ‘Cityscapes’ since I have a lot of shots dedicated to both of them separately. The final post, ‘Cityscapes’, will focus a lot more on the wider view of the Paris landscape and skyline, while this one is a bit more oriented towards the beauty of the Paris buildings by… Continue reading Paris #5 – Architecture
A sentimental view of Père Lachaise during my latest trip to Paris. 35mm film on Canon AE-1.
My last long lonely walk around Rome on a hot Summer day. I finally got the courage to walk all the way up to the Giardino degli Aranci (where I didn’t see any oranges) and that one magnificent church overlooking Testaccio. Sadly I couldn’t go in – there were two weddings going on at the… Continue reading The Last Dance
A quiet afternoon in July at VIlla Sciarra, in Rome. We went to the park to escape the Summer heat.
You know I tend to take a lot of random pictures when I really want to finish a roll of film. Since I have a strong tendency to switch between my Canon AE-1 and my Canon T50, there’s almost always an unfinished roll of film in one of them. I forget about the one I… Continue reading Everywhere At Once
The retail world in Rome is pretty harsh. If you’re looking to buy clothing and accessories, you have either big brand names lined up on Via Condotti or Zara and H&M on Via del Corso. So it’s either high fashion or high street. In my years here it’s something that I’ve always felt was missing,… Continue reading MYZAR – A Small Universe