Skip to main content


An Afternoon at the Oculus

I took an afternoon walk, wandering through the Oculus station in downtown Manhattan. The first time I visited this place, it was ethereal. Upon entering the interior, one can only stare in awe at this magnificent structure which is located in the World Trade Center section of lower Manhattan. This state of the art property opened on the 4th of March 2016 after more than 12 years of planning and development. The neighboring buildings are also very impressive and designed to inspire, unquestionably worth the visit.

New York    ISO 100    19 mm    f/3.5    1/200 sec
The Oculus was designed by renowned Spanish architect Santiago Calatrava. The property occupies 800,000 square feet of retail and dining space adjacent to the third busiest transportation terminal in New York City.

New York    ISO 250    18 mm    f/3.5    1/50 sec
The development of the project cost more than $4 Billion made possible by public funds and undertaken by the Port Authority of New York/New Jersey alongside Swedish…

LFI - 3.2019

I am excited to have my work included in a recent issue of LFI (Leica Fotografie International). For more than 70 years, LFI has focused on showcasing the best Leica photographers. Alongside amazing photography, the magazine presents the reader with an inside look at the world of Leica cameras and the many talented photographers that make up the LFI community.

Published 8 times per year, each publication is beautifully rendered, in an elegant and timeless format both in print and online. The latest issue of LFI Magazine is available at any Leica Store worldwide or click here to purchase it from the LFI website.
Thank you LFI!