Ephemeral Fires

Costa Rican rainy season can be chaotic and terribly unpredictable. Expect torrential downpour and a minute later, stunning sunsets and ephemeral fires in the sky. This was the case for my visit to the cliff of Guacalillo in the Central Pacific coast. Read More

Observer of the Universe

Bright, epic, timeless: the fantastic milky way slowly rising above the horizon. Our universe, ancient and light years away, beaming in front of our eyes. Read More

Moonlit Poás

At just an hour and a half drive from San José, Costa Rica’s capital, and rising 2,708m above sea level, lives one of the largest active volcanoes in the world, the magnificent Poás. Read More

Exploring Del Toro Waterfall

In a Jurassic Park-looking scenario, an extinct prehistoric volcano crater, holds a secret waterfall, lost in the lush Costa Rican rainforest. We set out to explore it! Read More

Grand New York

Those city lights have the power to awaken and inspire you. You can feel the excitement and the rush of being in famous NYC. Everywhere you turn there’s a landmark, a famous site, and movie scenes keep flashing through your mind. Read More

Islandia : Era de Descubrimiento

English | Español Una decisión impulsiva motivada por mi propósito de vida, me llevó a Islandia. Es increíble como un paso en la dirección correcta puede terminar siendo una de las experiencias más memorables de la vida. Las personas cercanas a mí saben que sueño con lugares fríos y noches estrelladas. Islandia había estado en… Read More

Iceland : Age of Discovery

An impulsive, heart-driven decision led me to Iceland. It’s incredible how a step towards the right direction might end up being one of the most memorable experiences of your life. Read More

Here Comes the Sun

Nestled at the heart of the country, Costa Rica’s capital, San José, is a confusing city of contrasts. What it lacks in height, it makes up for in panoramic views of the mountains and volcanoes that surround the Central Valley. In recent years the city has experienced a renaissance, century-old neighbourhoods are blossoming with boutique shops, restaurants and art. A new era of cultural and artistic pride has begun. Read More

Volcanic Farmlands of Nicaragua

This January I traveled to Nicaragua to work on my first international photo assignment for a big construction company. Even though I was focused on getting the job done, I was able to shoot new blog material. I visited unusual areas off the beaten track. Farmlands nestled between stunning volcanic nature reserves as well as lush green landscapes of gold mountains and massive lakes. Read More