The Olympic Stadium in Athens, Greece, exactly 10 years after the Olympic Summer Games of 2004.
(Nuovo) Corviale is a housing project built on the outskirts of Rome in the 1970s. With a length of nearly one kilometer and 11 stories it houses around 6000 people. The fourth floor was originally intended as sky corridor for shops and public services, which never materialized. Instead, the areas were gradually occupied by squatters.
It is now considered a "symbol of a failed utopia" and represents the disillusionment with large-scale social housing.
Capturing life on the 'streets of the city' in
Rome - Naples - Palermo, Italy
"One of the risks of appearing in public is the likelihood of being photographed." - Diane Arbus.
Observing the vernacular landscape of the American West on a trip that took me through most of California, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Idaho, Oregon and Washington State.
Cars are everywhere you look in Los Angeles. Over the course of one year I took a number of photos of cars in a city dominated by automobile traffic. This is just a small selection of a more extensive body of work.
In 2008 I was invited to Kosice, Slovakia, to participate in an international photo project called "Second Cities". This series shows an outsider's perspective on the country's second largest city.
A then recently vacated apartment in the building I live in. An old lady, who used to be my neighbor when I was a little kid, lived here. She liked to give me candy by throwing it from her balcony to ours.