Mischa Keijser is a professional photographer living and working in The Netherlands. He recently self-published a very handsome limited edition book of personal photos that he views as a visual diary of the period in his life dating from the death of his father, through falling in love, and the birth of Mischa's first child. In between are moments of majesty in local Dutch landscapes, and meditations on the treatment of animals and the environment in modern society.
"The colors of the Earth do not only touch our senses, but also tell us something about the creation and texture of the surface of our planet, the Earth's crust and the ground under our feet" — 25 beautiful aerial photographs that show us what remains of our home's pure, unspoilt landscapes.
"Photography, for me, is a way to see the unseeable and to capture the unimaginable"—an extended conversation with one of the great contemporary landscape artists dealing with the American West,.
A moving story—told in words, pictures and video—of the illegal, migrant youth living around Rome's central train station. Although they came to Europe for a new beginning, they find themselves being preyed upon and taken advantage of with little recourse for help.