Monthly Archive: April, 2012

Is the UK really the worst country to live in Europe?

The UK has been characterised as being the worst country to live in, in Europe, for quality of life, according to research published in September. Comparison website “uSwitch” reported that despite higher than… Continue reading

How technology is changing news?

Digital publishing such as Twitter, Facebook, YouTube or Qik is invading our daily lives a bit more everyday. We can no longer consider a casual day without watching, reading or just passing in… Continue reading

Random Fun fair

– I was passing through a fun fair a few days ago and decided to have a walk around… Found that amusing how kids were feeling so happy in there, it’s like it’s… Continue reading


– I went on a week-end to Milan in April 2012… This city is great, the architecture of the streets and buildings is remarquable! My friend also brought me to a place called… Continue reading

Discovery of an old train station.

– I went in April in an old underground station in East London, near Shoreditch. We had to climb walls, avoid people, and finally arrived. I had the opportunity to shoot some great… Continue reading

Descriptive Production

We needed, as part of our editorial production assignment to create a 8 pictures feature supposed to describe ourselves, using iMovie… This is my production.

Martin Roemers

Martin Roemers studied photography at the Academy of Arts in Enschede, in the Netherlands. He works on long-term projects, such as Metropolis, about life in megacities and The Eyes of War, about people… Continue reading

David LaChapelle

Does LaChapelle still really need someone to describe him? David LaChapelle is known internationally for his exceptional talent in combining a unique hyper-realistic aesthetic with profound social messages. LaChapelle’s photography career began in… Continue reading


– Before moving in London in September 2011, I have lived for one year in Bristol, a small lovely town in England. I had a gap year and litteraly fell in love with… Continue reading