This year, as the world was suddenly put on hold, the great majority of us have had to find ways of making use of our time, if only to try and stay sane. In my case, I spent more time on my photography.
Somewhat compensating for the frustration of not being able to go out with my camera, I entered a few competitions, some of which successfully, with several photos being selected for group exhibitions in Athens in October, and Rome in Continue reading
The dull lockdown period, with limited activities and less work, has been brightened up by a couple of perks this month.
This past winter (and the winter before), I translated the catalogue and other texts for the pan-European photography festival CIRCULATION(S), which takes place in Paris and a few other EU countries each spring. This year, Continue reading
Back in July, I wrote about revamping my website with photos of green street art. The truth is that I had another idea initially, but it didn’t work out.
Having a passion for photography, one sunny weekend in June, I went to a local beach to take photos of an old lighthouse. Looking through the view finder at the sea-facing side, Continue reading
As a translator specialising in visual arts, pictures on my website are a must. The issue is that translation does not quite lend itself to pictures, hence the plethora of translation websites displaying either photos of shelves loaded with language books and dictionaries or images of foreign countries. While both themes are perfectly relevant and can look really good, the first can Continue reading
Since my return from a holiday in France earlier this month, work has not given me much time to breathe and I have also been trying to keep up with an online psychology course that will continue until the end of August. There will therefore be no new blog post until September.
In the meantime, here are a few photos from my break.