Heading to Lisbon, Portugal and want to get off the beaten path? Look no further! This post kicks off a new series of travel tips where I interview locals in various locations about their 5 favorites. I’m really excited about this series because to me, finding those behind the scenes and out of the way
Lisbon… it wasn’t love at first sight. Nor second, third or fourth. Don’t get me wrong, it’s a fascinating city with SO MUCH to see, and it slowly grew on me with each visit, but it didn’t immediately charm me the way some other places have. Lisbon is a very LOUD and pretty chaotic city
Sometimes a shoot takes months to plan, sometimes, you’re just in the right place at the right time. “I know it’s around here somewhere!” my new friend J kept saying as we barreled down yet another gravel road, leaving a cloud of dust behind us. “We went there all the time when I was a
Beach umbrellas in Portugal – a two-print series captured at that blissful post-beach, pre-party time of day… when you’re heading home from the beach, skin warm from the sun, salt in your hair, sand in your shoes, and a bottle of champagne waiting in the fridge… In other words: Perfection! For more beach photography, and
I’m so excited to finally launch these new prints in the “Beach Days” series! Just like the first three prints that I released in the fall, they are heavily influenced by my Grandfather’s photos from his and my Grandmother’s travels in Europe in the 1920s – 1940s. More here about the story behind these images.
Do you ever create something without knowing exactly why? You just have to do it and get it out of your system. That’s what happened with me and “Beach Days”. It didn’t become clear to me why I created them until I did some soul searching and journaling. What really got me thinking was my
New art prints from Portugal! As I mentioned in this previous Cascais post, I was lucky enough to discover and spend time in Cascais, Portugal earlier this summer, and at the time I’m writing this, I am back again for a few months! 🙂 If you haven’t been here, it’s definitely a place you should
You know how when you hear about something new, be it a word or song or place, it starts showing up everywhere? That’s what happened with me and Cascais. In all the years I lived in Sweden, I never thought to visit Portugal for some reason. “Everyone” went to Spain, France, Italy and Greece on