MASTERCLASS FOR ASPIRING PHOTOGRAPHERS

7 Elements That Create a Standout Portrait Photograph: ???? 1. Location ????: Outdoor shoots may require carrying added equipment, which incurs additional time and costs when transporting. Local weather conditions should also be considered when shooting outdoors, unlike indoor photoshoots that can push through whatever the weather is like. 2. Time of Day ⏰: Aim for before sunset or after sunrise because of the soothing… Read More »MASTERCLASS FOR ASPIRING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Hotel & Food Photography | Rixos JBR

Rixos Premium Dubai, a stylish urban hotspot located in the heart of Dubai’s Jumeirah Beach Residence where iconic design meets contemporary luxury. Featured below are samples of the stylish rooms with panoramic views overlooking the Dubai Eye, the lobby featuring a 500,000 AED crystal piano, the infinity pool looking out towards the Arabian Gulf and lastly Ammos, which brings all the incredible charm of Greek… Read More »Hotel & Food Photography | Rixos JBR

Still Life Photography | Dubai, UAE

The pandemic and loss of work has given me time to photograph and archive some of the intriguing mementos I have picked up on my 3 year journey in Dubai.  If souvenirs could talk, or better tell a story, here are a few of my favorites that would begin piecing together mine: the marble handcrafted elephants from Mumbai, a hand-painted ostrich egg from Petra, a… Read More »Still Life Photography | Dubai, UAE

Dubai Creek Harbour | EMAAR | UAE

The always fashionable Dubai Creek Harbour (a residential and commercial project developed by Emaar Properties) with deserted concrete during the covid-19 pandemic and Ramadan 2020.

Peacock Park | Emirates Towers | Dubai, UAE

I was recently hired by a peacock to shoot some headshots in Emirates Towers Park, Dubai, for his LinkedIn page. These portraits showcase the majestic peafowl with their eye-spotted “tail” of covert feathers, displayed with their courtship ritual.

Mleiha Desert | Sharjah, UAE

Meliha is a historic and archaeology area in Sharjah that was once home to ‘anatomically modern humans’ from the Palaeolithic period between 130,000 and 120,000 years ago. Evidence points to the spread of humanity from Africa across the Red Sea to the Persian Gulf. Today the area is being developed for eco-tourism but you can still find wild goats roaming the terrain.

Iconic Buildings | Budapest, Hungary

Budapest, the capital of Hungary, is home to some of the most iconic buildings in the world. Below are images of the River Danube bisecting the city along with the national monuments: Hungarian Parliament Building, Hungarian National Museum, St. Stephen’s Basilica and the Szechenyi Chain Bridge. Just outside of the city limits is the small town of Szentendre, home to the famous French Hungarian painter,… Read More »Iconic Buildings | Budapest, Hungary