Photography has always been a way for me to connect with myself (and disconnect from everything else). I've been fascinated with it ever since I was given a Kodak Brownie Fiesta camera for my 4th or 5th birthday.
My first photos were of dogs and critters and trees that I would find near my family's cottage where I grew up in Argentina. I slowly started focusing on still life, a natural evolution that got me shooting open suitcases and other similarly "dramatic" inanimate things.
Today I have a fascination for abandoned rural buildings, their textures, their minute details; I record the stories whispered by their silence, their aging and their decay. I find beauty in the forsaken and its resilience to the elements.
Among other notable organizations and publications, my images have been used or published by the National Geographic Society, the American Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Magazine and Microsoft, and licensed to some of the largest corporations in North America, Europe and Asia. They have been on display in public galleries across Manitoba (Winnipeg, Steinbach, Winnipeg Beach, Onanole) and are also hanging on walls in Canada, the United States, Australia and England, among other countries.
Most of my images are available for purchase as prints (please click here) or for licensing for commercial use (please click here to inquire).
*Photo courtesy of Ronni Cohan