What does a self portrait take?
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 →
The story about Little Red Riding Hood can be traced back as early as the 10th century, but the most famous variations on the topic have been written by Charles Perrault and the Grimm Brothers. In case you haven't heard it, it's about a little girl that wears a red coat with a red hood... Continue Reading →
Let me start this off by stating: I do not like snow. But snow photographs well. I have this theory that snow is like this very handsome ex you dated. Whenever you see him/her you're excited about the way they look, but after a minute you remember how much of a prick they were and... Continue Reading →
Hello lovely new year! First of all, I wish you all a great one! But as we all know, as the new year comes, so does the idea that it means a clean slate, a blank page. In all fairness- it does not! You can start working on yourself whenever you feel the need to,... 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 →