Good things take time.


Up to this day I still love to shoot on good old medium format film and I don’t mind to wait for the pictures to come back from the laboratory. Most good things - especially the soulful ones take time, so does a good photograph.

The way it slows you down - you start to think very differently when you shoot in 16 frames. You become more conscious of what you REALLY want to say and less distracted.

I’d be very happy if we could inspire some more analog adventures with (a) GALLERY. There is a lot you can learn about the art of photography by picking up an analog camera and ever so much by looking at the artful captures which I curate & collect for you.


“The most resistant element is neither cement, nor wood, nor stone, nor steel, nor glass. The most resistant material in construction is art.” ————GIÒ PONTI