I shot more than 16.000 photographs during my stay in New York City from the end of April 2005 to the middle of November 2005. In December I did sort of a "best of" selection. I selected 30 photographs out of those 16.000 which I printed for my portfolio.
I am using those photographs to introduce myself and my work to photo editors from different magazines and newspapers now. More
A Backstage Look At Magnum Photos New York
This is a gallery of photograhs I took during my time at Magnum. It's moslty snapshots. It is a tribute to those behind the scenes. The photographers do a great job, but let's not forget about the people who work for all the Magnum photographers and who dedicate theirselfs to this job. Working at Magnum is certainly not the best payed job in the world. They work there because of their passion. It's a tribute to the Magnum Photos staff in New York. More
Multimedia Gallery: Four Years Later - 9/11 commemoration
On September 11th 2005 I went to Ground Zero to photograph the commemoration of the attacks. Not to photograph the official ceremony where about 640 siblings of those who died read the names of 2.749 victirms but to photograph the people who came to Lower Manhattan to mourn and remember.
To show the atmosphere of that day I am using photographs I shot and audio I recorded at the former World Trade Center site. More
New York Street Photographs Part I
This is a selection of fifteen street photographs covering miscellaneous topics taken throughout my first three months in New York City.
All photographs have been taken either in Manhattan, in Brooklyn or in the
Margaretville in Upstate New York
Margaretville is about 3,5 hours drive northwest from New York situated in Delaware County, Upstate New York. I went there to visit my friend Thomas for the weekend. We were hanging out on meadows, sitting next to a small river and enjoying the nature. These images have been shoot out of the window of our driving truck, trying to captere some scenes of Margaretville and it's surrounding. More
Puerto Rican Day Parade and 116th Street Festival
This is a set of photographs taken at the 116th Street Festical in Spanish Harlem and at the Puerto Rican Day Parade in Manhattan the next day. The 116th Street Festival is one of the hugest Hispanic events in New York City. Thousands and thousands of people attended. More
These are some pictures I took in New York City last year in February and June. This was my first time in the US. Since these photographies are New York related I decided to post them here as the beginning of more up to date photosets. More
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