Throughout the years, I have been able to travel the world and capture amazing images. My point of view is subtle and minimalist with little to no touching up. I like to keep my images as true to life as possible.
Below are samples of some of series I have from various locations.
From: In Venezuela
A nation torn apart by political and social hostility where the people of Venezuela live day-to-day in fear and turmoil with no end in sight. A vibrant country of dramatic landscapes and vibrant colors, I have chosen to present all of the photos in black-and-white to represent the beauty and full potential that is dimmed by its current situation.
A view of Caracas from Àvila Mountain.
Propaganda and public speeches are often in Venezuela.
A grandma makes arepas.
Faced with uncertainties, a mother and son discuss.
Though long gone, Hugo Chavez is still a prominent figure in Venezuela.
A little girl smiles during a traditional dance.
An island nation where past and future collide in bombastic contrast. Japan remains a weird and intriguing place of isolation and curiosity.
The Tokyo Tower
Traditional festival mask from Kawagoe.
Famous floating tori gate outside of Hiroshima
Thousands of gates line the secluded walkway in a forest in Kyoto.
Cherry blossoms begin to bloom in early March in Kyoto.
Snow falls over the Kinkakuji, a golden pavilion in Kyoto.
Lion and lamp in Kawagoe.
Woman offering a prayer in Tokyo.
A nation shrouded in traditions, Morocco is an exotic yet accessible location whose beautiful artwork at every turn is as present and in your face as its strict, conservative values.
Young man enjoys his break time lunch
Sunrise over dunes near the Algerian border
Pools filled with ink and bird feces used to dye materials
Intricate woodwork is commonly seen in Morocco
Morocco's oldest mosque
A dusty sunset over a sleepy desert town