Hotels IV

2014 wasn’t my best year photographically speaking. I didn’t shoot much, and hadn’t it been for two assignments I would have ended up with almost no photos at all. What I did a lot though was travelling, almost exclusively for work. So my hotel series grew quite massively. Here’s a new selection, edited down aggressively. Again – it’s not about aesthetics, just about how those rooms made me feel. Mostly work stays, mostly alone, luckily not all the time though! A bit of holidays made it in as well.

IMG_0874Bournemouth, UK.

IMG_1676Poole, UK.

IMG_2020Bournemouth, UK.

IMG_1897Berlin, Germany.

IMG_2052Poole, UK.

IMG_1858Poole, UK.

IMG_1530Essen, Germany.

IMG_1258Norderney, Germany.

IMG_1317Norderney, Germany.

IMG_1332Hamburg, Germany.

IMG_1927Berlin, Germany.

IMG_2229Poole, UK.

IMG_2351Bournemouth, UK.

IMG_2628Norderney, Germany.

IMG_2679Hamburg, Germany.

IMG_2735Bournemouth, Uk.

IMG_2736Bournemouth, UK.

IMG_3022Essen, Germany.


A few random pictures that have been siting on my hard drive for quite some time now. There is other stuff waiting as well, so I thought I’d just put these up until I’m done with the new ones…

A few colour frames from Berlin…

Back to Vienna in B&W.

At the airport – waiting. Hip shots.

More to come soon!

Films: Agfa APX 100 in Rodinal 1+50 and Kodak Portra 400 VC.

Our Inner Child

A short series from Berlin, shot shortly before I had to head back to the airport. The whole day had been a bit chaotic, because in the morning I discovered that all airports in Northern Germany were closed due to a cloud of Icelandic volcanic ashes heading South. So I booked tickets for the night train, only to discover in the afternoon that flights from Berlin were up and running again. So I ended up with a flight and a train ticket to take me home…

Anyways, I did have very little time to wander around in Berlin and thus did not take that many pictures, this series being the biggest part.

A shopping mall on Alexanderplatz had these gorgeous Lego window displays with all sorts of oversized Lego models, which attracted almost everyone who walked by. This is a small selection of people admiring the models, which made me think of how I used to love Lego and how obviously it was still attracting kids (and grown up kids) today…

Film: Kodak Portra 400 VC.