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In a way it makes total sense that I have chosen to be a photojournalist.
To tell you the truth, I don’t really enjoy talking about myself in public. Being an Invisible story teller, to be behind the lens rather than in front of it kind of comes natural to me. I´m always uneasy when I am in the spotlight for some reason or the other, usually trying to make light of the situation with a nervous, self-deprecating remark.
That said I also fully appreciate that you came here because you are interested in my work and I want you to know that I am sincerely grateful that you are taking the time to be here and continue to read on.
It’s easy to think that being a good photographer is all about technical skills, like setting up the camera in a certain way or about which equipment you’re using. Since I have been teaching photography for many years, I can tell you that this is usually the expectation that students start studying photography with. The truth is, while the technical aspects play an important role, this comes much later in the creative process and that this is not the secret sauce that makes the truly great photographers of this world, well, great.