Searching for waves during our last road trip along the beautiful coastline of Portugal. We drove with a little campervan from a big pumping Nazaré down to the beautiful cliffs of Sagres. Experiencing camper life together with my girlfriend was unforgettable and convinced us to buy a camper ourselves. Now I’m thinking where to go next...
Have been hunting for waves the last week. It’s been cold and wet but finally got rewarded. I’ve never been to Brittany before but it’s definitely not the last time. The scenery is amazing and with so many little bays, the surf options are endless.
Thanks @calumetphotonl and @canonnederland for letting me use the Canon EOS R. The perfect travel buddy for adventures like this. This is a #selfie that I took with the wifi function and the Canon app.
As many others Japanese people, this business man is taking the metro home after a long day at the office. ⠀⠀
We have Japan to thank for the practice of conspicuous overtime. From the 1950s onwards, work in Japan set a benchmark for companies the world over. Working overtime has become a proxy for working efficiently and a whole culture has evolved around enabling absurdly long hours.
#japan #workculture #overtime #metro #tokyo #tokyoworld #travelphotography #travel #canon #sreetphotography
Proud and honored to have this shot with @koolebas on the cover of @kiteworldmag issue 💯. Thanks KW for publishing and supporting my work from day one and Bas for never stop shredding in front of my lens. -
#milestone #100 #kitesurfing #kitesurfingphotos #kitesurfingphotography
James likes his martini shaken, not stirred.
On the ferry in Japan from Toba to Irago. Despite the bad weather this country is still very inspiring, has beautiful landscapes and interesting people.
From the mountains to the ocean. Last week I was shooting in the Alps on a peak of 3260 meters high, today I’m playing in the waves of the Indian Ocean. The moments I realize that I love my job.
A shot from Break Boundaries, captured during a project together with @mysticboarding and @eyeforce in Cape Town last season. I remember driving to this place in the dark, passing a couple of townships, not knowing what to expect. People looking at you, questioning why you’re here. Then the first light pops up and the whole scene came alive.