He Uses Paper Cutouts To Capture These Popular Landmarks In A More Creative Way

When I decided I would become a tourist in my own city- I wanted to see the London that I ignored and to explore the landmarks and their quirky history. I started researching interesting facts and began thinking about how I could photograph the sites in an original way.

My first idea began with a cut-out to transform Big Ben into a wristwatch. While there, a girl and her father took an interest in what I was doing and I showed them the photo on my camera screen. They were full of enthusiasm for the idea, and it spurred me on to do more. I then took photos of St. Pauls, the London Eye and Trafalgar Square and while I was doing this, I would post them on my Instagram with a quirky fact I’d picked up about the landmark.

Then Lonely Planet contacted me on Instagram, they liked what I did and asked if I wanted to create some photos for them. I said yes, and it led me to Stockholm, Amsterdam, Copenhagen and Paris.  

Big Ben, London
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London Eye, London
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Arc de Triomphe, Paris
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Af Chapman, Stockholm
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Trafalgar Square, London
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St George’s Wharf, London
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Tower Bridge, London
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St Paul’s, London
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Cirkelbroen, Copenhagen
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Montmatre, Paris
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Rådhuset Metro, Stockholm
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The Little Mermaid, Copenhagen
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Sherlock Holmes Statue, London
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Maritime Museum, Amsterdam
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Somerset House, London
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Southbank Fountains, London
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