Paris is my muze. I started to photograph in Paris when I was 14 years old. The last few years I visit Paris twice a year, just to wander around and make photographs. It feels like home. Often I shoot analogue B&W film. I like a coarse grain which suits the city very well. Both photography and street photography were invented in Paris, can there be a better place to do some more of it?
       
     
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 There are three main cemeteries in Paris. Père Lachaise being the largest with the most famous people being buried there. But the ones in Montparnasse and my favourite the Montmartre cemetereis are a visit worth too.
       
     
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 The pont des arts is probably my favourite place in Paris. I'll be there making photographs every time I visit Paris. It is always different, the people, the weather, the views. Never a dull moment. Daytime, night time, dusk or dawn, the pont des arts is a photographers dream come true.
       
     
       
     
       
     
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 Paris is my muze. I started to photograph in Paris when I was 14 years old. The last few years I visit Paris twice a year, just to wander around and make photographs. It feels like home. Often I shoot analogue B&W film. I like a coarse grain which suits the city very well. Both photography and street photography were invented in Paris, can there be a better place to do some more of it?
       
     

Paris is my muze. I started to photograph in Paris when I was 14 years old. The last few years I visit Paris twice a year, just to wander around and make photographs. It feels like home. Often I shoot analogue B&W film. I like a coarse grain which suits the city very well. Both photography and street photography were invented in Paris, can there be a better place to do some more of it?

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 There are three main cemeteries in Paris. Père Lachaise being the largest with the most famous people being buried there. But the ones in Montparnasse and my favourite the Montmartre cemetereis are a visit worth too.
       
     

There are three main cemeteries in Paris. Père Lachaise being the largest with the most famous people being buried there. But the ones in Montparnasse and my favourite the Montmartre cemetereis are a visit worth too.

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 The pont des arts is probably my favourite place in Paris. I'll be there making photographs every time I visit Paris. It is always different, the people, the weather, the views. Never a dull moment. Daytime, night time, dusk or dawn, the pont des arts is a photographers dream come true.
       
     

The pont des arts is probably my favourite place in Paris. I'll be there making photographs every time I visit Paris. It is always different, the people, the weather, the views. Never a dull moment. Daytime, night time, dusk or dawn, the pont des arts is a photographers dream come true.

       
     
       
     
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2011-11-28-1744-5D Mark II.jpg