The Movement Against Xenophobia poster campaign

Posters “I am an immigrant”, which appeared on the UK streets recently, bring back humanity to people who politicians and right wing media systematically demonize. Think. No Xenophobia. Common Sense. The Movement Against Xenophobia. You can follow the news and updates on the movement’s website here. It is important we live in peace in this country, […]

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Photo competition – theme “Love”

eHarmony website has launched a photo competition with a theme “Love”, so I applied with the below photograph made at the Great Wall Market in China. The competition is open to the UK residents over 18 years old, free to enter and is closing on 11th May. The photographs will be judged both by the […]

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Workshop 451 in Norwich

Inspired by Ray Bradbury’s novel “Fahrenheit 451″ and an award winning Periplum group’s performance, I wrote the below poem to apply for a Wex Photographic sponsored competition for a workshop happening during the Norfolk and Norwich Festival event. The Workshop 451 will be run by a photographer Damien Demolder and is going to be documenting […]

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Acid attacks victims pose for a calendar

Featuring powerful images by the photographer Rahul Saharan, get this calendar, if you can: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/03/13/india-acid-attack-survivors_n_6855476.html?cps=gravity_3967_-5388029553168026839

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Wedding Fair in London

While preparing and researching for ideas for the wedding photography I have the honour and chance doing this summer, I came across a great offer on Groupon website and would like to share it with you (no commission on it). Excel Conference Centre in London is organizing a Wedding Fair during 18-19th April, bargain tickets […]

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Slow down, enjoy life! philosophy

A fantastic advice and talk performed for TED by Carl Honoré, an award winning writer and speaker. Honoré is emphasizing the idea and philosophy of how slowing down and being present at one moment at the time enriches one’s life. From the photographer’s point of view, it certainly helps to focus, to notice the subject’s […]

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Silent Partners at Fitzwilliam Museum

Reminding the Silent Partners exhibition curated at Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge with stories on art-mannequin collaboration. I particularly loved the story about John Everett Millais, a British painter living in XIXc. who was using a mannequin during his work on Black Brunswicker, a painting where a woman is leaning towards a soldier (partner). Due to […]

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Dreaming – paintings by Duy Huynh

What do you think of these works by the Vietnamese artist Duy Huynh (especially #5 from this website)? http://www.escapeintolife.com/showcase/duy-huynh-a-magical-realist-at-the-crossroads-of-east-and-west/  

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The new website is live!

Hi All, In the past few weeks the series of passionate discussions, ideas have been exchanged and intertwined with litres of coffee when working on the website. Thank you to all involved in the process, especially Dave for the technical side of it, taking care that all the codes/forms etc. were where they should be, […]

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Free Palestine! Big demonstration in London

Today a remarkable event took place on the streets of London. Estimated 100, 000 people took to the streets to protest against Israeli occupation of Palestine territory and killings of civilians that  are happening in the broad light and with a support from many Western countries, including the UK. The demonstration organised by Stop The […]

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