• Photography Journal – 06
    My first post for 2022, hence I wish you a happy new year!!! I am pleased to welcome you back with another monthly round-up of photos. This month I mainly focusing on photos that I took while I was out and about. The first set of photos are a sequence of shots that I took
  • Journal 4 – November
    November was an interesting month as I had a lot of things going on, from preparing daily meals for my family to attending evening classes, housework, school work and also a good number of photography assignments. As I did during the past 4 months I am sharing with you some of my work. The first
  • Journal 3 – October 2021
    Another month has gone by and it is time to present some of my newest photos. This month, Jonathan, another friend of mine, tied the knot. Jonathan and Elaine asked me to take their pre-wedding as well as their wedding photos. The above photos of Elaine and Jonathan I took at Ġebel Cantar during sunset.
  • Photo Walk at Senglea
    On Sunday 10th of October I organised a photowalk for the Malta Institute of Professional Photography at Senglea. I have been a member of this organisation for 9 years and for 2 years I was even a committee member. When Mr. Kevin Casha asked me to organise this years’ photowalks for the MIPP, I immediately
  • Journal 02 – September
    Since secondary school, I was always part of the production of a magazine of some sort. Once I began working as a teacher, together with some students, we started to work on a school magazine. 19 years later, I am still involved in the publication of this school magazine. This time as an online blog.
  • Magazine 01- August 2021
    This series of posts has long been on my mind. Every day I am always carrying my camera with me so that I capture whatever I find intriguing, beautiful or worth capturing. I have decided to start to publish a regular post with the various photos that I take. Thankfully I never got stuck with
  • Flight over Malta
    Some weeks ago, my friend Roderick offered me the opportunity to fly with him on a 2-seater plane during a 45 minute flight around the Maltese Islands.  What an experience! Being at such altitude, I could really enjoy myself observing the archipelago from a bird’s eye point of view. A flight on a 2-seater plane makes the