Fearless joy

I live near an elementary school and being a photographer means that I often work at home and hear the little children having their first break at school. It is truly a joy to hear the children screaming, yelling or just making weird noises. The total lack of fear of being judged by others is […]

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Amidst the chaos

We all have the innate ability to be still and not be part of the whirlwind that is generated by all of our obligations, worries, needs, desires and fears. As long as we can take refuge to a place in which we can be still. Like this boy. In the midst of a busy street […]

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The love for a child

Expressing your love for someone in a way that gives full meaning to what you actually feel on a soul level other than with your touch, is impossible.As I expressed in this post, be able to connect to your soul and someone else’s, enables you to experience life beyond the perceptions made by your mind’s […]

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Take 3

I recently visited an exposition by Anri Sala in the GEM museum in The Hague. Sala is an Albian artist who has won the Vincent Award (named after Van Gogh and not me obviously….). His work of art contains video art combined with different performances of the Clash’s Should I stay or should I go and […]

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Looking Down

Shooting with an old medium format film camera enables you to take pictures of children without being creepy. With a Yashica Mat 124 G, you have to look at the top instead of the back of the camera. Truly a whole other experience and very Zen-like. I caught these boys in one of the parks […]

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