I have been working within the field of architecture / interior photography for over a decade. I also specialise in portraits for performers and corporates as well as photographing land- or cityscapes.
My photojournalism career is limited so far. But more recently I have started to put more emphasis on story telling and documenting people’s life. I’m currently working on a documentary on a sub-culture in Hong Kong, which will be out in 2014, and I also was published with my photographs of North Korean Architecture of Propaganda, demonstrating it’s failed society via failed planning of its public buildings, spaces and places.
As an ex-Comms Director, I was responsible in initially writing and eventually editing white-papers and knowledge articles that were created for a global public for an Architecture and Engineering Firm. I thus bring some writing experience. Admittedly write-ups were targeted towards trade as well as lifestyle rather than news / documentary.
I am very keen in making a difference - and would like to use my skills in a humanitarian context. I’d like to help spread the news that the public deserves to know.
My hopes for Blink are simple: to offer my services to editors world-wide and to explore if I can contribute more substantially to news reporting within the region.
- Breaking news
- Military embed
- Still life
North Korean Still Life
"A North Korean Still Life" demonstrates the failures of planned purpose and planned activities through the juxtaposition of the intended and the actual use of places/spaces and infrastructure. The results are often unreal scenes that, upon close look, contribute to the overall feel of desolated degeneration