Photographs of today’s Indonesian presidential elections are available for editorial use. You can buy and download them directly on the links below. Or you can contact Rodrigo if you need more details. Continue reading
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Today’s office: Dili, East Timor
I am in East Timor, working on several stories and assignments until the end of the month.
Today’s office is a cafe in Dili’s beachfront.
Sahel food crisis: Field portraits with natural light & Serialization
One of my photos from last year in Niger was used for the month of August in CARE‘s wall calendar, which is a good excuse to talk about that image and the related series of portraits. Continue reading
Now working with The Photo Closer
I am happy to announce that my work is now represented by photography agent Frank Meo, also known as The Photo Closer.
I am the only photographer in Southeast Asia listed in his directory website, in the Documentary, Editorial, Photojournalism and Reality categories. I am honored (and humbled) to be featured along photography heavyweights such as Donna Ferrato, Lori Grinker and Ron Haviv.
The Photo Closer’s directory-type website is a valuable resource for editors and photo researchers, who also receive regular mailings and photographers’ portfolios. This will be an additional way to showcase my images and get contacted by clients.
Based in New York City, Frank Meo is an industry leader, having represented well-known professional photographers for more than 25 years. With a broad experience in advertising and editorial photography, Meo has succeeded, among other things, in getting high-profile commercial assignments for photojournalists. He is also an active contributor to the photography community, sharing his knowledge in conferences, contests and seminars.
I am very glad to have Frank Meo and his team of freelance advisors in my arsenal of resources to improve and promote my work. Here’s to a fruitful partnership!
2013 so far
I just returned from holidays in Europe. After spending two and a half weeks in the company of friends and family in Spain and breathing the fresh air of the Swiss mountains, it takes some readjustment to ease back into the rhythm of life in busy Jakarta. Continue reading