When I ventured to Iceland for the first time, I was immediately struck by the spell I was under when I gazed across the ethereal and almost mythical landscape of this land of fire and ice. The country’s poetic beauty offered a complexity of wonder that gave me a wonderful complex of photographic vision as an artist. My odyssey of indelible moments left me lost and found as a photographer. Iceland became one dream away from paradise to me.

Given how otherworldly and hauntingly serene Iceland felt to me, I soon realized that my camera offered me a compass to capture the essence of this land in counter-intuitive ways. I would gently but boldly leap into a parallel world using both monochrome and muted colour metallics to try to give my photos an almost multidimensional quality by using various conventional and long exposure techniques.

Iceland is a place that I plan to visit many times in my lifetime.

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Black Church In Budir

Jökulsárlón Ice Lagoon

Sólheimasandur Beach – US Navy Plane Crash


Cinnamon House & Dandelion Fields

Hallgrímskirkja Church in Reykjavik, Statue of Leif Eriksson

Elsewhen – A Mountain and Road Somewhere in Iceland


Vik Church


The Elemental, Rain of Light ~ Vik Black Beach

Skógafoss II

Horse Farm

3EE – Three Iclandic Horses

Portrait of an Artist in Iceland, Vesturhorn Mountain