Category Archives: thoughts

New Technology: The Enemy

This is the final article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here.   This is my final post from the series of articles for Der Greif,

New Technology: The Enemy

This is the final article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here.   This is my final post from the series of articles for Der Greif,

NGO campaigns: Images for Change

This is the fourth article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here.   Discussing images that have had a real impact on the issues they addressed,

NGO campaigns: Images for Change

This is the fourth article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here.   Discussing images that have had a real impact on the issues they addressed,

Social Media: Everyday Everywhere

This is the third article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here.   OK, I will be blowing my own trumpet here. Then again, it’s exactly

Social Media: Everyday Everywhere

This is the third article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here.   OK, I will be blowing my own trumpet here. Then again, it’s exactly

Collaboration: Inside Out

This is the second article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here. In my first Guest-Post on Der Greif, I argued that many photographic projects

Collaboration: Inside Out

This is the second article in the series discussing how photography and foster social changes. Read the previous post here. See original article on Der Greif here. In my first Guest-Post on Der Greif, I argued that many photographic projects

Der Greif takeover: Photography that Makes a Different

Following the showcase of my work in Der Greif exhibition A Process last year, the magazine invited me to take over their blog for a week-long series of articles. I used this opportunity to put in word the many thoughts on

Der Greif takeover: Photography that Makes a Different

Following the showcase of my work in Der Greif exhibition A Process last year, the magazine invited me to take over their blog for a week-long series of articles. I used this opportunity to put in word the many thoughts on

Off the Page – where?

Last week, I attended Off the Page: Photojournalism and Public symposium at the LCC, coinciding with the private view of their MA programme graduates. The speakers, including photographer Ed Clark and co-founder of #Dysturb movement Benjamin Girette, among others, examined alternative presentation formats for

Off the Page – where?

Last week, I attended Off the Page: Photojournalism and Public symposium at the LCC, coinciding with the private view of their MA programme graduates. The speakers, including photographer Ed Clark and co-founder of #Dysturb movement Benjamin Girette, among others, examined alternative presentation formats for

On Motherhood

I recently launched a new project titled Motherhood ABC, exploring personal feelings about the prospect of becoming a mother, as well as historical, cultural and social stereotypes about motherhood. The work raised many questions and discussions (which is always great!), so

On Motherhood

I recently launched a new project titled Motherhood ABC, exploring personal feelings about the prospect of becoming a mother, as well as historical, cultural and social stereotypes about motherhood. The work raised many questions and discussions (which is always great!), so