• The Flaneur – On the art of exploring a city

    We’re rushing through streets nearly every day, trying to get from A to B in the fastest way possible. Hectic is our constant companion on our day to day tours, causing stress, exhaustion and even anxiety, with no remorse, which is especially the case when you’re living in bigger cities like Berlin, for example.

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  • Urban Photography – On revisiting my past

    Throughout my whole child- and youthhood, urban photography unknowingly played a major role in my life. I‘ve actively experienced, and later, partially documented the alteration of my hometown through people’s choices. Read my essay and find out why that is, and how things came to be as they are now.

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  • Vandal Voyeur & The Madrid Graffiti Scene

    Photographing the Madrid graffiti districts is a passion Vandal Voyeur shares with its writers. Using his moniker as an Englishman abroad he works to show the elements that surround graffiti while documenting the graffiti itself, using a voyeurism to see beyond the finished piece. Interview by Debra O’Sullivan.

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  • In Hindsight: On mobile photography

    It’s been more than eight months since I’ve been to Morocco and rediscovered photography in the form of mobile photography. What once started out by accident, slowly but steady became a new habit and developed into a new and very exciting way of exploring, expressing and journaling.

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  • Mobile Photography – Why I started using my iPhone

    Well, there is a pretty simple and reasonable explanation to this: I started shooting with my iPhone because I’m lazy! But don’t get me wrong I mean lazy in a practical way. I just grew tired of having to carry my heavy and bulky camera around with me all the time, trying hard to not look like a photographer, only…

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  • Washing up a melancholic Truth – A rainy day in Marrakech

    It was almost as if the rain had washed away any traces of an identity we – the tourists, travelers, photographers, writers – gave Marrakech over the years. and had now revealed a much more accurate truth of a city usually depicted as way more colorful and exciting than it really is.

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  • Intuition – What it is and why you should follow it

    Intuition is that inner voice of yours that tells you, go for it. It’s your curiosity and the excitement for the unknown that leads you. Let it lead you!

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  • Public transportation – Why you should use it

    The first thing I do, when I arrive to a new place, after getting rid of my luggage of course, is to take a ride with public transportation. It really helps me to get a better picture of the place I’m staying at

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