Happy New Year 2016!
2015 has been a great year and I’m grateful for that.
I have met and worked with wonderful people: friends, students, collaborators. I have traveled with my workshops, lectures, assignments, to many places in the world and each one of them was a great experience. I was lucky to be able to express my creativity the way I felt to do it, with no restrictions, and the response to my work was more than I had wished for.
For that I thank you all: students, clients, collaborators and friends.
Hopefully, 2016 is going to be even better for everyone.
I am looking forward to new challenges in the new year, new experiences and exciting photography projects, and to meet new interesting people. I’m starting the year with a few new ideas that you will see very soon and I’m looking forward to meeting you at my workshop in New York in May and also elsewhere in the world.
Wishing you all Happy New Year and for all your dreams and wishes to come true. Much happiness and success for you and your loved ones in the year to come.
And don’t forget why we do photography as art: to express our true selves and to make the world a better place.
Because beauty will always make the world a better place.
PS. This photo is called “Silence” was shot with my Canon 24mm tilt-shift lens and it is a vertorama made of 2 stitched images. You can see it in better resolution and order prints of it in my Print Gallery.
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