I am a freelance photographer and journalist and have been published in several international medias both online and in print, such as the Wall Street Journal, the Financial Times, The Guardian, Der Spiegel.
This blog is a way of satisfying the creative urge that has never left me since my times of freelancing for a newspaper. In a way, this blog found its way between a travel journal and a blog on barefooting and photography.
Where am I located?
I currently live in Hong Kong, after a posting of 5 years in Thailand. Before that, I basically lived in Europe for all my youth, and did not travel out of Europe until I was 36. As I am based in Asia, the title of this blog tries to translate also how I see Asia as an external observer.
Who am I?
I am a lawyer and a graduate of biomedical ethics by training.
My own family is a formidable union of so many influences, so I often like to say that I was one of the first children of globalization at a time where this was not yet a word in the dictionary. Because it is difficult for a child at the confluence of several cultures to become completely part of one culture, this has made me more inclined to create my own culture, from bits and parts of other cultures.
This blog is at 95% a photography and travel blog, but it also aims to invite you to travel both in your mind by exploring different cultures and their interactions, and in the world by seeing new places and pointing out cross-cultural influences. Over the year 2019, it has also evolved to cover the events happening in Hong Kong and hence the journalistic part has become far more pronounced.
With all this, enough talked about me. You can read my latest posts here.
If you like my pictures, some of them are also available for sale as NFT here: