The Land of Volcanoes and Bears

It seems ages ago, it was ages ago, when I was actually traveling in the land of Volcanoes and bears, also known as Kamchatka. “Kam-What?” Is what I heard all the time. Kamchatka is the name, the Russian Far East is the place. It is ‘the other side of the world’ for us, at least, […]

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Teddy Bear

If you know how dangerous a bear is, you wonder why they give -of all animals!- stuffed bears, also called ‘Teddy Bears’, to kids and babies. But even though my brain says they are dangerous, I must agree that they look particularly cute. At least, if you look past the blood around their mouths, and […]

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Awarded Nominee

It is always a pleasure to be awarded in competitions! After the Spider Awards, the Chromatic awards, the Neutral density photography awards, it is the 4th nomination this season. I have my second nomination in wildlife with an image of bears (photo above), taken in Kamchatka (Russia), which is quite something considering it was my […]

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Siena Storytelling Workshop

Just like any other profession, a photographer needs to constantly learn. Workshops, classes, online courses, whatever is necessary to either keep up with what you are doing, or extend your knowledge. That is what took me to Siena, to follow a week long course of story telling. With teachers like Randy Olson and Melissa Farlow, […]

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