Last phase of the project I’ve been working on for Binter, the Canary Islands’ awarded airline. This time I had to do a camera-on-hand kind of trip with the winners of the competition as they accomplished their own dream.
This luxury hotel lifestyle photoshoot was my biggest and most important assignment from last year. I worked with a team of 5 super creative and reliable professionals for an entire week and the resulting images were intended to provide all the color to the new hotel website. The client wanted a real life experience kind of thing, so we arranged a bunch of situations and made sure the models had plenty of fun!
After a while, the site’s finally online and my personal selection’s here for you to see.
Promotional campaign for Binter airways, the Canary Islands’ regional airline.
The project for this new client was shot in 5 days on 3 different islands, and includes a pack of 3 videos for Social Media, as well as still photography for billboards, advertising panels and inflight magazine adverts.
First of a serie of 4 videos that I recently directed for Free Motion. This one here is the highlight video, including material from the 3 islands where the company is operating for now. Free Motion is the number 1 bike rental and tours company on the Canary Islands, offering 10 stations on Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Lanzarote.
This is his story, the story of Jonathan González, who under the watchful eye of the sun, decides to wrap himself up in a wetsuit and paddle to the ends of a new world. Welcome to Flat Earth.
Handplanes make you feel like an underwater torpedo. It brings you back to the early days of surfing or even to your first surf sessions when you were just a kid using your own body as the only sliding surface.
I spent last months in Fuerteventura, and there I bumped into Robby, a belgian settled in the island who’s been making handcrafted handplanes from recycled pallet wood for a while now.
TWICE is a double exposure personal project entirely shot on a Hasselblad 503CX camera. Completely based on the DIY concept, goes from the capture of the photo in analogue black and white film, followed by dev / scan at home and printed in high quality archival paper. The photos were framed in handcrafted recycled wood frames. Photos are unique, existing only 1 version of each.
Last year I told to the professional windsurfer Dany Bruch about this unknown and isolated archipelago located in the North Atlantic. Months later I had gathered a crew of 5 people and jumped in a plane with 200 kg. of luggage with destination Copenhague.
Aurora photos just launched their 7th digital zine with the best images submitted by their photographers during the last month, among which there’s my most successful photo from last year.