Refugees – A new stage

I resumed my photographic work with homeless families sheltered in the North Tower of Simon Bolivar Centre, in the El Silencio (central town of Caracas). We initiated a second stage where there is a better connection and some new families have come to the shelter. My eyes also expand the particularity of the portrait shots open living space scenes and their relationship with this highly impersonal. Continúa leyendo Refugees – A new stage

Parallel

In May I had the opportunity to make a documentary photography workshop with Pep Bonet, founder of the agency Noorimages, at the same time reached a breaking point or advancement (especially in the emotional sense of both terms) with the experience I shared with children of the homeless shelter where, in my turn, gave a photography workshop and reading. Continúa leyendo Parallel

Child with Olympus forever

If anything I got at the workshop for homeless children, was that some were interested in photography, despite uncertainty about his immediate future and their harsh living conditions. These children are learning to be adults not only in these harsh conditions and social family, but also in the middle of a political and ideological battle over which they have no conscience. Continúa leyendo Child with Olympus forever

Hola Fin Del Mundo (IV) / Hello End The World (IV) / Olá Fim Do Mundo (IV)

I am always surprised when I hear some photographers say there is nothing to photograph in the city. They should be honest and recognize that it is they who have lost interest. In reality, life will never catch up to photograph everything a city offers, anyone, even the smallest. Even towards the end of the world, towards the end of things. Continúa leyendo Hola Fin Del Mundo (IV) / Hello End The World (IV) / Olá Fim Do Mundo (IV)