Every image tells a detailed story. But a series can present a broader picture.
Create a more detailed study of a particular place or people, delving deeper into their world, energy and mood and my own visual universe. So I’d like to present to you my own personally curated series, available as individual prints but also as collections.
If you order all 6 prints from a series a 20% discount is applied at checkout
The National Ballet School of Cuba is the biggest ballet school in the world with over 4,000 children and adolescent students. Founded in 1931 and expanded at the behest of Fidel Castro himself in the 1960’s, the school teaches a uniquely Cuban style of ballet.
The people of Rio are known as ‘The Cariocas’. Famous for their warmth, friendliness and hospitality, Cariocas embody the spirit of one of the friendliest and most welcoming cities in the world. A spirit I went in search of in this series of photographs, taken against a black velvet backdrop in a makeshift studio just off the beach in Ipanema.
In LA stillness and desolation are hard to come by. This series follows a group of young friends carving experience out of the physical landscape, using the urban relief as, I guess, their relief. An antidote to adolescent boredom. The calm before the storm of adulthood. A place where no one else exists beyond the tribe.