As the self-isolation/ social distancing is well into its second month here in North Macedonia, many of us are trying to get a grip on the situation the best way we can.
By now most of us have been in isolation/ social distancing for at least a while now. The government measures here began about a month ago and since all my work engagement ceased at the same moment, my isolation began effectively. As a portrait/ architecture photographer, meeting new people and going new places were big "no no"s in the given situation, so I have had to find ways in which to keep on being productive during this time.
Today is the 1st of April a.k.a. April Fools Day. In my country it's a custom to have masquerades on this day, but I myself am not a big fan of masquerades (nor was I ever). However, in the odd chance that I should actually attend a masquerade in a mask, I always have a... Continue Reading →
December was a dark month. Literally, there was not a whole lot of light to work with. After publishing a book in November 2018 (and working on that book for the past year) I decided to take a month off and work only if I felt inspired. But I was tired- I was coming off... Continue Reading →
About a month ago I published my first photography book Skopje- architecture as a photographic sculpture (1963-1990)(available for purchase at any Literatura.mk bookstore). For me, this was the biggest and longest project I've done so far, lasting effectively about 11 months. It wasn't a hard process, but it certainly needed the most discipline I've given anything since... Continue Reading →