2014 in review

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Here I am, at the end of the best year so far, with high hopes and expectations for the upcoming new year. 2014 treated me extremely kind and I am so thankful for that. I’m going to repeat myself here, but I guess you already know that I spent half of this year in Spain …

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fairytales 4 // Anamaya


I’m so excited to share this story with you guys, as it’s one of my favourite from the Fairytales series! This time I got inspired from a story I read when I was younger about an Inca princess named Anamaya. It was a SF book, with the events taking place sometime during the Spanish conquest. …

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black & white photoshoot


Back in September I had the pleasure to work with a new model, Manuela, who you’ll see again in the upcoming part 4 of the Fairytales series. Our first session was a studio test shoot, as I wanted to practice a little more with my 60×60 softbox and 160W flash and, also, I was very …

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fairytales 3 // Lethe

mermaid legend, greek mythology, lethe

Part III of the Fairytales project was created during the same photoshoot as part I, the one with Persephone, at the same location and using almost the same props – we just added different accessories, removed the black body and interpreted differently the fabric’s characteristics. For this one we inspired ourselves at first from the …

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fairytales 2 // Tyene

fairytales, tyene, game of thrones

Here goes part II of my Fairytales photo project, trying to illustrate one of the characters from the ultra-popular Game of Thrones series. Now, let’s make this clear from the start: I didn’t read a single line from the books (although I intend to finish them until the end of this year, let’s see how …

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fairytales 1 // river of wailing


Here goes part 1 of my Fairytales photo project that I have just announced in my last blog post. I’m super excited with this experiment and already have tons of ideas that I can’t wait to turn them into something real. I’m so glad I decided to start this series and also make it public, focusing …

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fairytales photo project


“Since the beginning of recorded time, and perhaps earlier, fairy tales have been a means to confront and conquer the anxieties and hardships of humankind through metaphor.” – Professor Jack Zipes. Yes! Here’s one of the personal photo projects – more of an experiment – I’ve been thinking and rethinking about starting, simply entitled Fairytales. …

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