Sometimes, the photographer places everyone and everything in the frame exactly the way she wants them. But sometimes, the photographer is a flâneuse, walking around a city with a third eye around her neck. These are photographs where neither the photographer, nor those in the frame are still for long. Everything is moving, coming together only for a moment before it disperses.
There is a certain spontaneity that brings us all together in that place and time, while buildings, walls, trees, landscapes seem to constantly preside over the ever-changing.
It is those moments that enchant - the magical millisecond between the pressing of the button and the closing of the shutter, where people and their paths are entangled - there one moment, gone the next.
Your own two feet are the best way to discover the nooks, crannies and mysteries of any place.
Photographs taken in Cambridge, London, Budapest, Prague, Paris, Singapore, Hanoi and Brussels.