I've had the great fortune to visit some of the most beautiful locations in the world, on he hunt for the ephemeral. Below you will find photographs of my travels, happenstance, and mementoes that may or may not qualify as photography but have meant something to me nonetheless. I hope you enjoy these mini-galleries.
Venice is a symphony of warm textures and cool hues. Swatches of teal and turquoise crescendo as you weave through narrow brick facades. Whichever corner you turn in pursuit of light and reverence, calm waters juxtapose the ruggedness of ever-enduring architecture. In Venice, age is the embodiment of elegance.
Barcelona is a sprawling city with sprinkles of Antoni Gaudi's genius. A stroll along the magnificent La Rambla at the heart of the city brings you to the doorsteps of Casa Battlo and La Pedrera, two of the most most sensual renditions of architecture inspired by organics and physiology. But perhaps most impressive of all is the Sagrada Familia which is yet to be fully finished. It will elicit the feeling as though 3000 years into the future, you're experiencing the ruins of the now.
There is something special about Prague. The harmony of white-walled, red-roofed buildings nestled in plush greenery makes you reminisce about simpler times, yearning for childhood. And standing in the town square makes you feel as though there is such a thing as magic, and that here is where you find it.