The last chapter of my Road Trip through New Zealand had been the Luminate Festival. After intense traveling periods this event was the perfect opportunity to calm down and relax. Also, it was a great time for taking photos and meeting old friends.
My visit to Reid’s Farm in Taupo, New Zealand was one of the greatest experiences I ever made. The whole mystery tour through New Zealand was like a dream but Reid’s Farm was a special epicenter in that process. Enjoy my photography!
The term “Walkabout” is used by the Aborigines of Australia to describe a spiritual journey to find a new path in life. I had the same process in New Zealand which lead me through the wilderness. While walking through the deep forests I took pictures.
After I left Oregon I flew directly to New Zealand. I landed at Wellington airport and got introduced to the city by a friend of mine. She took me to all the cool places you have to see. Here are my first impressions of Wellington captured in a set of photos.
My friend Barry has a reggae band called JaSkaMon who are playing all around Oregon. These photos here show my first Road Trip with the band. We went to Portland for some gigs but I also joined Barry to several other locations.
Otis is a pretty small community in Oregon and the people there live scattered all over the place and in the woods. There is actually just a diner with a gas station so you won’t find much action in this town but that suddenly changed when RUN 21 showed up.
My first job as a photographer in Oregon was to shoot some photos for the lawn service. The company was owned by a friend of mine and he needed the pictures for his website. This project gave me the opportunity to see more of the beaches of Oregon.
My first encounter with Oregon I had in Otis which is close to Lincoln City. My friend picked me up from the airport at night so I saw a little bit of Portland but my real first impressions I got from Otis. I took photos all the way. Here is the first collection.
Todos Santos is a small but very touristic town close to San Pedrito Beach. It is one of the small but cozy little places at the south end of the Baja California peninsula. Once in awhile I went there to buy supplies but I also shot some pictures.
San Pedrito Beach is all about surfing and hardcore chilling but suddenly the area transformed into a party for electronic music and hundreds of people showed up. I volunteered as a photographer and got free access. Here is a collection of my pictures.