What I Do

I am regular contributor for printed and online magazines. As a biologist, I’m always interested in what my subjects are doing, and I still prefer an even not technically  perfect image  but with a “biological” interest, instead of a regularly perfect photo where nothing really happens. In some biodiversity hot-spots like many of the Indonesian Islands an the Indo-Pacific Coral Triangle, many aspects such as symbiosis, parasitism, and commensalism are quite easy to observe.

Few words about my equipment: I use a Nikon digital camera in a Sealux housing, and one Inon Z240 and one Sea&Sea strobe. For macro images, I use a Nikkor 105 mm micro f2.8 or a Nikkor 60mm macro f2.8 for intermediate subject size or particularly muddy or low-visibility waters. For wide angle shots I use a new Tokina 11-16 f2.8 lens.

All the photos are copyrighted and cannot be used without my written authorisation.

Interested in some material for your publications? Feel free to contact me, I’ll try to arrange something for you.

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