‘SurfLand’ is a series of unique tintype contemporary portraits of surfers from two continents.
Photography is a way to connect. If the image doesn’t connect, it is because I failed.
The Russian village is rapidly sinking into oblivion.
Finding photographs is a different adventure than taking photographs. Nostalgia and irony are the first obstacles to overcome.
In my life I associate photography much more with poetry and music.
I am interested in stories from the inside. I wanted to open up the discussion.
There was a kind of bohemia in the East Village then, like Paris in the 1920s, you could live meagerly yet have an exciting life.