This week I invited my good friend Bjorn Moerman on the show. The idea for the topic of the show came about when we met in Paris last spring and started sharing the dumbest things we’ve done as photographers.
A few weeks ago I reached out to you, the audience, to share your experiences as well and that’s what we talk about today!
Björn Moerman is often referred to as “the flying photographer”; combining his passion for aviation with a photography hobby that got out of hand.
As an airline captain for a large Middle Eastern airline, he visited over 85 of the worlds countries so far and always comes home with exciting stories and freshly taken images from around the world. Bjorn is from Belgium but has been living in Dubai for the last 15 years.
Today he mainly shoots Travel and Aviation photography but rediscovered the world of street photography when he picked up his first FUJIFILM camera in 2012. A year later, he switched 100% mirrorless and became an official X-photographer for FUJIFILM Middle East in 2014. Whenever he is not traveling, he can be found skimming the markets and streets of Dubai, looking to capture those fleeting moments of life. In 2017 he was the ambassador for the 24 hour project in Dubai.
Bjorn’s Architectural work http://www.bjornmoerman.com/Galleries/United-Arab-Emirates/Architectural
Bjorn’s Street Photography http://www.bjornmoerman.com/Galleries/Street-photography