Brexit in Luxembourg

From January 31st 2020, at midnight, the United Kingdom and the European Union parted ways after 47 years and the British community in Luxembourg marked the moment with deep sadness. I joined them to see how the Brexit looks from Luxembourg. It feels a bit weird to come back to the blog with a sad event, but it was a historic moment and I simply had to document it. I started the evening at the church of St Alphonse on rue des Capucins, where the Anglican Church of Luxembourg organised a Brexit vigil, together with British Immigrants Living In Luxembourg …

Snow in Luxembourg

Snow in Luxembourg is so rare that each time I started to write this post the snow was already gone before I published it. Winters in Luxembourg are pretty mild, but every once in a while it starts snowing and, sometimes, we have proper snow for a few hours or days. Yet, in that short snowy period, Luxembourg city becomes a magical fairy tale land. I was lucky enough to be able to photograph the snow this winter and, to me, it was one of the best photo sessions ever. Partly because it rarely happens, but mostly because the way …

Modball Rally in Luxembourg

On Monday morning, Modball Rally had a pit stop in Clausen, Luxembourg city. People could admire lots of Ferrari, Lamborghini, Porsche, McLaren and other supercars. Some photos from the event, enjoy (rotate your phone and use the arrows or swipe left-right): You can see the next locations in Europe on Modball official website.

Photos live forever

I took these photos during a cold, early autumn morning about three years ago in the Kirchberg forest, in Luxembourg city. The sun showed up and offered me a nice, warm light to play with. As I went alone, like most of the times, I thought I should just take advantage of this beautiful light and be my own model. So, I put the camera on tripod, set the timer on for 10 seconds and, for each shot, I ran in front of the camera and took a different pose. I didn’t think of photographing myself when I went there, so …

Theatre photography: Harlem Hotel

This week, 16-20 November 2016, you can see the Harlem Hotel, a lovely play by Pirates Productions, at Gasperich Church Hall, in Luxembourg. The show is set in a New York hotel in the early ’70s, featuring a cast of colourful characters and classic jazz, funk, soul and pop numbers from that period. The evening will be staged in cabaret style – the action takes place not just in front of the audience, but also around it. The public is invited to take a seat in the restaurant, have a meal and/or drinks, while the show is happening on the stage, around the …