I’m a Lisbon based professional landscape and travel photographer. I'm also a passionate teacher of photography and have been leading group and one-to-one workshops for over five years while my images and photography writing have featured in magazines and publications worldwide. As well as workshops and travelling I also produce regular videos about photography and film-making on my Youtube channel.
I’m a Fuji X Photographer and a brand ambassador for Fujifilm in Portugal.
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NEW WORKSHOPS FOR 2020
Join me in Italy or Noway next year on a carefully designed workshop that takes you to some stunning places while improving your photography technique. If you’re interested and would like to be informed when new workshops are launched subscribe to my newsletter or contact me via the form
25 JANUARY - 1 FEBRUARY 2020
The Dolomites are among the most beautiful mountains in the world and during winter this beauty only increases as the majestic peaks take on a different life covered in snow.
Our Dolomites In Winter workshop will take you to some of the most stunning places in the region, not only shooting from the valleys but we’ll also spend several sessions on the peaks themselves, shooting sunrise from the top of 3000m Marmalada as the surrounding mountains are painted with orange and pink hues of the day’s first light, or looking out across the snow from the Tre Cime natural park towards the jagged spires of the Cadini Group.
16 - 22 FEBRUARY 2020
An archipelago of islands scattered between icy fjords and ocean beaches, punctuated by snow covered mountains and fishing villages, Lofoten in winter is a truly magical place.
In late February the islands are blanketed with fresh snow and breath-taking views are everywhere you look. With the low arctic sun giving fantastic light for almost the whole day, as well as unusually long sunrises and sunsets, Lofoten really is a photographer’s paradise. The geography of the islands with coastline on both the north and south sides and long fjords that separate the different islands give us so many different angles and locations to shoot at different times of day, and wherever we are there’s always the backdrop of dramatic snowy peaks as a focus for the images.