On May 19, 2010, my friend Fabio Polenghi was killed in Bangkok. He was photographing the anti-governmental “Red Shirt” demonstrations when the Thai army made its final assault on the protesters and a bullet killed him. Tonight May 17, at 7pm in Bangkok, an exhibition will open dedicated to his final pictures (The Foreign Correspondents’ [...]Continue Reading
About three years ago I said to myself: “If the world is changing – hey, I’d better move on.” And that’s how this blog was born. Today is its third birthday and, looking back, I can’t believe all of the changes that have happened in my life and career. At first I felt kind of [...]Continue Reading
Mobile Photography Week begins today in Paris. It’s an intense program that concludes the Trophées Tribegram De La Photographie Mobil, which has been going since September 22. This is certainly not the only event dedicated to the matter. The Mobile Photography Awards, in its second edition, has just announced that it is now accepting entries [...]Continue Reading
Two years ago today, my friend Fabio Polenghi was killed in Thailand while photographing a Red Shirts protest. The Metropolitan Police Bureau has concluded that his death was the result of actions by government agents. There will be a trial. Right after he was shot, someone dressed as a reporter took his camera. Reporters often [...]Continue Reading
Recently, I received a nice, innocent little letter from someone who claimed to be a student seeking to publish her research on a certain celebrity. She was very excited, telling me that she finally found a small publishing company willing to publish her booklet. As I happened to have shot some portraits of that celebrity, [...]Continue Reading
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