WHY NOT – PERSONALLY

I’ve been a photojournalist for 25 years, but I’ve essentially been a journalist all my life, because I started – from a personal need – to analyze and study the world and people around me many many years before I studied journalism. In fact, it was way before high school. People who are different tend […]

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REFLECTIONS

How a change in weather dislocated the world and I ended up backstage teaching the Motown legend Mary Wilson of The Supremes to speak Slovenian, keeping her company while she ironed her clothes, got photographed with her by the Ambassador of the United States and eventually gave her (Ms. Wilson) my autograph – to her […]

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2019

It’s been almost 25 years since I started working as a photojournalist and I’ve seen it change. A lot. For the worse. I’ve seen it diminish, degrade, lose value and importance. I’ve been sinking with this ship for years, despite some brushes with the big international cruisers, and the fall of photojournalism is an underlying […]

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2018

I’m getting used to writing (including such end-of-the-year posts) purely for myself, much less for an audience I don’t really have. 😀 I guess it’s all training for a project that will begin soon. Which is why I’ll be brief. 2018 was great. Health issues aside, it was one of the best on the record. […]

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