Luz de verano (summer light) is a collection of photographs taken between 28th August - 08th September 2017 on the south coast of Spain.
The ongoing struggle of embracing emotional sensitivity, fighting the fear of failure, and the burden of proving your masculinity in a patriarchal society.
On 03rd April 2017 I travelled to Eastern Spain for a 'holiday', however there are no holidays when your profession is also your hobby. So I ended up shooting through several rolls of film and becoming quite obsessed with the abundance of modernist architecture basking in the sun on Costa Blanca.
The expressionist/modernist waves of the 20th century have always fascinated me, somewhat because of the art and architecture that accompanies such transitions of philosophical ambition. The fact that people actively wanted to dream up new and better ways in which we can all live and lead our lives is a mission statement that I can certainly get on board with.
Although to some extent many of the developments were follies, they do still stand as monuments to dreams of a better tomorrow. Perhaps my generation still has much to learn from people like Ricardo Bofill (La Muralla Roja), Félix Candela and Santiago Calatrava (Valencia City of Art and Sciences), who's work features here and was a pleasure to shoot.
Golden hour escapism and long summer evenings
Selected personal work from 2011 to present day, documenting fond moments, people, shoots and travels.
Selected personal work from 2011 to present day, documenting some of my favourite backdrops and locations from my many lone wanders shooting.
An ongoing personal body of work exploring young femininity.