Around the World

Registan, Samarkand, Uzbekistan, medrese.

One of the best views I ever encountered: Registan in Samarkand.

Žiga Lovšin, Uzbekistan, fotoaparat.

The consequence of fleeing from angry dogs in Uzbekistan's countryside.

Traveling it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.

(Ibn Battuta, The Travels of Ibn Battuta)

A selection of travel photographs and writings from the exhibition "Who are you, the man in a tent?" is already on the home page.  I don't travel as often as I would like, but documentary photography is perhaps the genre I love the most. I have always found learning about people, cultures, life, history and geography very interesting. So combining travel experiences with photography is something I'm really looking forward to. I most often look for inspiration from documentary photographers of the calibre of Steve McCurry, Sebastiao Salgado and Fan Ho, who capture people's lives in all kinds of circumstances, while having an extraordinary eye for composition and light.

I've travelled in many different ways: alone, as a couple or with an expedition (Medical Expedition to Madagascar 2013, POTA Bolivia 2015), and the variety of experiences and photographs is according with that.

*For more travel pictures and stories check my blog

Rapid Fire Critique

In 2019, photographer Jared Polin (Fro Knows Photo) commented on ten of my travel photos on his YouTube channel.