It all started with Black & White photography - from the love of using old cameras, all the gears and mechanisms involved to make an image. That fueled the curiosity for mechanical wristwatches, and in 2017 I decided to mix both passions by venturing into watch photography.
I now do whole photographic process "in-house", including set design and decoration, photography and retouching - always with the goal of making the watch stand out on its truest form.
On a daily basis I use a Seiko Mini Turtle and seldom the Junkers I got on my 18th birthday. Whilst I don't consider myself a collector, I'm mostly drawn to classic watches with blued steel hands.
If you want me to photograph a watch for your brand, I invite you to contact me and we'll make that happen.