Posts Tagged ‘Landscape Photography’

Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca: surfing sunsets

Sunsets, surfing and Pacific vibes from Oaxaca coast, Puerto Escondido. Thank you Mi Casa es Su Casa for all the magic!             


Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca: Laguna de Manialtepec

Laguna de Manialtepec is a coastal lagoon near Puerto Escondido in Mexico’s beautiful state of Oaxaca. These photos are from a birdwatching trip organized by Mi Casa es Su Casa blogger event I had the pleasure of sharing with lovely new friends Bettina Guisa, Cherry Chris, and Itzel Garrido who writes for alexjumper.com.             


Puerto Escondido experience, Oaxaca: Casa Quetzal

Last month I was invited to attend a blogger event hosted by Mi Casa es Su Casa in a sleepy surfer town on Mexico’s Pacific coast – Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca. The experience involved staying in a beautiful beachfront luxury villa and exploring local life, food and nature with my new friends from different parts of Mexico. The first […]


Filming a documentary in Peru

Documentary Film

Dear friends of my work, I’m pleased to present the preview demo of my new documentary film project in Peru. This story about indigenous Machiguenga people of Manú National Park has preoccupied my mind and heart during all of past year and I hope you watch, share and support our efforts to give these communities […]


Return of the Machiguenga

In March-April, 2015, we traveled to Manú National Park biosphere reserve in Peru to begin filming a documentary about isolated indigenous communities of Machiguenga (Matsiguenga) people living in the Amazon rainforest along Manú and Madre de Dios rivers. Guided by two local shamans, we visited several native communities and spoke to their elders about ongoing […]


Inside Peru

I spent most of September, 2014, traveling in Cusco Region of Southern Peru. Following an old personal dream to explore and photograph various parts of this region, I stepped way outside my own comfort zone and into another mysterious world as the ancient perspective of Inca unfolded before my senses. From Cusco to Pisac, Calca, […]