February 2, 2015

On a recent trip to Myanmar, I traveled through the Chin state, close to the Bangali border, in the western part of the country. Crossing past several remote villages beyond the ancient city of Mrauk-U, I met a group of old women wearing the distinctive facial tattoos, typical to this area. A long time ago, […]

December 10, 2014

For seven days only (From December 10th through 16th), I will be selling a limited edition of 7 of my favorite images from the body of work I recently shot in Northeast Afghanistan, a country and people that are very close to my heart. 20% of the total profit from this sale will be given […]

August 11, 2014

Throughout the summer, I have been going through my archive, working on different projects and looking at work I had not paid attention to for some time or almost forgotten I had. It is very interesting to look at long forgotten images with fresh eyes. That exercise helps get new perspectives and potential on a […]

December 13, 2013

My work in Afghanistan has received a lot of attention and coverage lately. PORT magazine just published a stunning 26- page portfolio and essay in their current Winter 2013 issue, the biggest–and possibly most beautiful–portfolio I have ever had published to date. Thanks to Editor In Chief: Dan Crowe, Creative Director: Kuchar Swara, and Co-Publisher/Editor: […]

November 12, 2013

“AFTER the many years of awaiting this trip to Afghanistan, I was determined to complete the task I had come here to do: which was to finally walk in the steps of the ancient pilgrims and silk road traders, to stare at landscapes that only few human beings have had the chance to see, and […]

September 18, 2013

It has been more than a year now since I was assigned the task of creating a library of images and films for the incredible AMAN luxury resort brand. Cruising the globe to cover the 27 + properties, from Europe to Asia, through the Caribbean and the US, A dream like assignment to work in […]

August 7, 2013

The first time I heard about Mongolia was from my grand father and his tale as a war prisoner during world war II. I must have been 7 or 8 years old . Both my grand fathers had been prisoners in Germany during the second world war. One of them, Louis, had been rescued in […]

July 16, 2013

The post 9/11 clash of civilizations has seen a rise of violence and intolerance around the world. In many parts of South Asia, multiculturalism and tolerance have virtually ceased to exist. India has thrived in relative peace in the midst of this chaos despite having the second largest population in the world, an astounding variety of […]