Tag Archives: Inspiration

Rsources and inspiration #4: ‘Artists want to create art, not run a business’

Motto: Beginnings are hard. Transitions even more so. David DuChemin – Visionmongers. Making a life and a living in photography. In the monthly post with the theme ‘resources and inspiration’ from May, I was wondering what do I really have … Continue reading

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Resources & inspiration #2. Be yourself… whatever that is

Motto: “In order to have self-expression, we must first have a self to express” (Julia Cameron) “If you want to work on your art, work on your life” (Chekhov) As I told you last month, I would like to initiate … Continue reading

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What would you do if you weren’t afraid?

I could say that photography was my first love. It started when I was around six and my grandfather gave me his old Russian film camera, a Zorki. Although now it’s broken and lies somewhere in the back of a … Continue reading

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Do you like train rides?

There are few things that inspire me more than a long train ride. The time seems to slow down and another rhythm sets in, which favors imagination. In our day-to-day lives, we rarely find the time to simply sit, time … Continue reading

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New beginning

This is the first day from the rest of my blog 🙂 Lately I wasn’t posting so much, although I’ve been doing a lot of photos. That is because I was working on my new website in Romanian which I … Continue reading

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2011 in photos

As an introduction to my retrospective of the year 2011 in photos, I would like to speak of Gwen Bell, one of the authors that I discovered in 2011, who had a big impact on the way I write, take … Continue reading

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A pottery class

These photos were made during a pottery class I took together with my colleagues at Atelier Nikisan in Brussels. Veronique Bogaert who owns the Atelier has a very interesting life story, the kind that inspires you to take risks and … Continue reading

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