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.
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.
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. .
The Jama Masjid of Delhi is one of the largest mosques in Delhi, located in Chandni Chowk. It was built over a six year span between 1650 – 1656 at a cost of one million rupees, the equivalent of USD 14,000 at the time. India Gate, formerly known as Kingsway, is a war memorial to 70,000 soldiers of the British Indian Army who died in… Read More »Jama Masjid + India Gate | Delhi, India
Delhi, with a population just shy of 30 million, is an unrivaled urban landscape and the capital of India. I explored both Chandni Chowk and Nizamuddin Dargah street markets which respectively serve as alluring backdrops for street photography. #TravelIndia #StreetPhotography
I’ve recently visited Mauritius, the creole influenced island in the Indian Ocean, and wanted to share a few images shot at our flagship locations. The dock at St. Regis, Pont Naturel and the coastline of Shanti Maurice are just a few of the incredible eyescapes the mainland has to offer.
Registered as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2014, historic Old City Jeddah is located in the heart of downtown Jeddah. What was once a small fishing village in the 7th century is now a lively district filled with Ottoman architecture, mosques, galleries, fabrics, jewelry, food stands and a lot of performance art. I’ve also included one photograph of sunset over the Al Rahma Mosque… Read More »Exploration | Jeddah + Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia