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The Sacrifice – Exploring Caravaggio’s light through fine art photography

During my vast and undisciplined study of the old masters, I discovered Caravaggio. He's commonly placed in the Baroque school, of which he is considered the first great representative. In the world of fine art photography, he's well regarded for his particularly intense and beautiful mastery of the chiaroscuro style.…

Death to love; storytelling with Yoselin Montes De Oca

Continuing my studies in storytelling through concept development, I started collecting items (often unrelated) that may add to the growing list of ideas I have in mind. During said collection period, I picked up this beautiful blue corset with gold details. It was originally intended for a vintage concept, but…

Black And White Film Photo Of A Woman In Black Boudoir Sitting On Metal Stairs

The importance of exploring concepts in portrait photography

I recently developed an interest in famous photographer, Albert Watson. While watching his latest master class, something he said about the importance of always having a concept resonated with me. See, just like Albert, I’m a graphic designer by trade, and a lot of the work involved in that profession…

Exploring the streets of Hong Kong through ballet photography

In 2017, I visited Hong Kong on what I'd call "a technical immigration obligation". I felt in love with the city almost immediately. Now I'm far from a city guy, but there's something about this little island packed to the brim with buildings and people from so many cultures that…

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