From last years road-trip through California
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After months of silence, it's time for an update! The last couple of months have been quite extraordinary in many ways (hence the lack of updates). The first trip of the year went to California - to photograph a group of very inspiring artists and entrepreneurs (escaping the dreadful NYC winter didn't hurt either). Next stop was Brazil to shoot Architecture at the incredible art center Inhotim, located in the middle of the Brazilian jungle (in the State of Minas Gerais).
After a few frenetic days in NYC, I was off to Hong Kong and Macau- where I met and photographed rooftop garden activists, eccentric chefs and eventually won $3 at the Greyhound Racing track in Macau. Recently, I went to Panama City for an architecture and travel story for enRoute (Air Canada's) in-flight magazine. More work from all these trips will eventually appear here - but let's start with some of my favorite frames from California:
Summer is officially over, at least here in the US. During the last three months I had the opportunity to visit a couple of new places while on the road. I usually try to stay an extra day or two when I'm out on assignments in order to discover the area in my own pace.
This Summer I stopped at Willie's Fish Pond in Virginia (which I first thought was a sea food restaurant). I met a homeless man who perform a flawless dance routine to Chic's Le Freak at a bus stop in Detroit (he was not waiting for the bus) and shot a tremendous amount of images of skyscrapers in Lower Manhattan (don't know why, I just love it). Oh and I went Upstate as well.... but more on that next time.