It's time to break the rules! In today's video I talk about photographer Berenice Abbott's amazing exhibition in Barcelona and about the importance of breaking the rules and building a body of work that's real and authentic. Warning: Contains adult language :)Read More
"I believe this world needs more beautiful madmen.
More restless wanderers. More street photographers."
The first night of my street photography workshop in Hong Kong. We are sitting in a circle on large, comfortable cushions in a warm, cozy room softly lit by candles. Five amazing, incredibly talented women street photographers. The moment they can ask me anything. Share anything. Be themselves, as women and photographers. I love those first nights. Connection. Hearts and souls opening wide.Read More
After World War II, my grandfather got a job in the textile industry. He was responsible for finding new markets and closing deals all around post-war Europe. He must have been good at it because one day he and my grandma were summoned to the embassy where grandpa was offered an opportunity to become an industrial attaché.Read More
My favorite camera repair shop is a secret gem of a place in the heart of Prague, owned by Josef. It's hard to guess how old Josef actually is. He's one of those people who could be 55 or 75, and you would never know. He doesn't talk much, and he usually utters just a few words. He's been repairing and restoring old cameras his whole life, and although I wouldn't say we are friends (it's essentially impossible to be friends with someone you have exchanged ten words with in ten years), we are passionate accomplices: we both love old analog cameras.Read More