Barcelona and Britain through German Moreno’s lens.
I have always dreamed about travelling and uncovering the unfamiliar. I have always fantasized on the different sensations, smells, and colors of places other than the ones I am used to.
” When I was 6, I visited Disneyland. For some reason, the particular sounds and smells of the amusement park have stayed in my mind. Every time I find myself in a similar environment, my brain brings back those memories from my childhood. This happened on these summer travels. With this photo series, my goal is to showcase the cluster and clutter of these places that felt new and refreshing to me. The color palette, the hustle, the amusement, the different ways of people. I am striving to highlight the singularity within collectiveness. ”
Germán Moreno ( 1988 – ) is a Colombian/Canadian photographer and designer living in Montreal, Canada. Although he graduated from a BA in Design from Concordia University in 2014, the constant use of photography across his design practice led him to enroll into the commercial photography program at Dawson College that same year. His discovery of film photography in 2016 radically changed his style and vision; it became his medium of excellence. His photography work has been awarded by PDN (USA), Applied Arts Magazine (Canada) as well as the RGD (Canada) in 2016 and 2017. German is interested and available for commercial, fashion/portraiture and documentary work.
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