› Fri, 12 May 2017
FIX Photo Festival 2017
I am pleased to announce that one of my photographs has been selected for exhibition at the FIX Photo Festival 2017 in London from May 12-21st. Come along if you are in town!
› Tue, 01 Sep 2015
‘A Life Dedicated to Prayer’ featured on the Life Force Magazine September 2015 issue
I am delighted to see my photo-essay ‘A Life Dedicated to Prayer’ featured on the Life Force Magazine September 2015 issue. Check it out!
› Tue, 01 Sep 2015
Brilliant review of Hidden Sea, Hidden Land by Lisa Stein for Photomonitor
Great review of Hidden Sea, Hidden Land (group show with Senén Germade, Thorsten Stobbe and Nina Gusway) by Lisa Stein on Photomonitor. Check it out!
› Fri, 10 Jul 2015
Upcoming exhibition: Hidden Sea, Hidden Land
From July the 3rd to August the 7th the latest work of Nina Gusway, Thorsten Stobbe and Senén Germade will be on display at Silverprint Gallery. For more info check the link below. See you there!
› Fri, 10 Apr 2015
I am happy to announce that my project Habelas Hainas is featured in the Photoworks website on its Showcase section. Check it out!
› Thu, 15 Jan 2015
My last project ‘Habelas Hainas’ is featured in the Galician press. Check it out!
› Thu, 01 Jan 2015
‘Consider This’: 32 photographers from all over the world united to perform the final exhibition of the MA in Photojournalism and Documentary Photography at London College of Communication (Elephant & Castle, London SE1 6SB)
Private view: Thursday 8 January, 6-9pm
Exhibition: 8-15 January
For more info visit: www.considerthislcc.net
I will be there showing my last book Habelas Hainas and a few prints.
You are all welcome.
See you there!
‘Habelas Hainas’ Project Description:
‘Habelas Hainas’ is a story about Vikings, medieval warriors, forgotten monasteries inhabited by Cistercians monks, ‘sirens’ and sailors. A story about ‘aloitadores’, those brave men and women that perform a spectacular battle with the wild horses in order to cut their manes or fishermen that capture strange sea creatures like those featuring two eyes, three hearts and four pairs of arms. It’s also a story that embraces legends, myths, folktales, history and, of course, traditions. I can mention the ‘cigarrón’ wearing his distinctive mask and an amazing costume, the ‘sanroquiños’, the ‘galáns’ or the popular ‘bagpipers’. It’s the everyday of a region with landscapes that have the ability to transport you in time: ‘dolmens’, ‘castros’ that belong to the Celtic culture, graves, castles, enchanting forests, mysterious rivers, hidden beaches, magic islands…
This is a story about life and death and everything that moves around these two terms. Faith, religion, beliefs, incredulity, paganism, witchcraft, mystery, superstition… It’s the representation of a place where everything, even the supernatural, can be possible. As the popular saying states:
‘Eu non creo nas meigas, mais habelas, hainas’ (I don´t believe in witches, but they exist).
In the end this is an enigmatic and poetic tale of a marvellous tiny land where the real turns magical and the magical becomes real. Reality and fiction merge together to form one new perspective. Or perhaps it’s just a very personal document of my home, Galicia, and its people nowadays, at the end of 2014.
› Tue, 08 Oct 2013
Japan Tourist Internship 2013
I have received a photojournalism internship with the popular tourism guide Japan Tourist. For a couple of months (October & November 2013) I will be working on photo stories covering mainly the areas of Tokyo, Saga, Nagasaki, Kagoshima and Okinawa.
Anyone interested in following my adventures in Japan can do so here.
› Thu, 31 May 2012
Greek For Yoghurt
Plymouth BA Photography Degree Show
16-29 June 2012
Scott Gallery. Plymouth University