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Wherever I go, my camera goes.

Photography is something that stuck with me ever since I had my hands on my grandpa’s old Nikon SLR. There was something magical about pressing a button and capturing a moment. I was around 14 when I started to get seriously into it.

Through the years, I’ve developed my own style of shooting, and the results of that are shown here. My current weapon of choice is the Sony RX1R MkI, as it’s a powerful full-frame camera with a terrific 35mm prime in a small package. My sidearm is a Canon G9X. It replaced a Sony RX100 MkII that got destroyed by water damage when a thunderstorm surprised me in Byron Bay, Australia.

I shoot in RAW only, and edit my photos with Adobe Lightroom.

To order high-resolution art prints, use my photos for commercial purposes, or hire me as a freelancer, please get in touch through the contact page.


New Zealand

New Zealand overview
The road trip – highways & byways


South Korea

Welcome to South Korea
Noraebangs Jjimjilbangs, and PCbangs
Visiting the DMZ and crossing the North Korean border
Seoul Photo essay

The Philippines

The journey from Manila to Boracay
Boracay photo essay