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
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.
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.
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
During a recent ‘Klimt Pilgrimage’ to Vienna I was able to spend a few days traveling the country and shooting pictures. Below are images of the Hundertwasser House (one of Vienna’s most visited conceptual buildings and part of Austria’s cultural heritage), Karlskirche (referred to as St. Charles Church), The Belvedere Museum Vienna (home of Gustav Klimt’s famous paintings), Aggstein Castle (sitting 300 meters above the… Read More »Klimt Pilgrimage | Vienna, Austria
Construction of the Burj Khalifa began in 2004 and completed in 2009. It has since remained the tallest structure and building in the world with a total height of 2,722 feet and capacity to withstand earthquakes up to 7.0 magnitude. A small miracle in the urban desert landscape of Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Your headshot is the first impression someone will have when connecting on LinkedIn or reviewing a resume. Therefor it’s not doubt one of the most important photographs to keep up-to-date and professional. Below are a sample of headshots that leave lasting impressions. .
Singapore, the island city-state-country off of southern Malaysia is home to iconic landmarks Marina Bay Sands and the ArtScience Building and houses the famous circa-1820 Chinatown.