Since Regula Tschumi started her field research in Ghana in 2003, she became in the course of her research a passionate photographer. Since 2014 she has been trained by various world-renowned photographers like Peter Turnley, Ernesto Bazan, Maciej Dakowicz and Nikos Economopoulos. Although she still photographs mainly in Africa documenting her research, she has recently also started with street photography. Because this kind of photography, which records events in public places, is quite similar to her photographic approach in Africa. In doing so, she is concerned with observing and capturing visually interesting moments, trying to see the peculiarities of cultures and the similarities of human emotions by always keeping an unsettled motif. In addition, using a camera is for her also a pretext to get in touch with the people she photographs.
Street photography in Morocco: Some impressions of the daily life in Marrakech, Essaouira, Tanger, Chefchaouen, Fès and Rabat.
The people of Kathmandu are made up of many ethnic groups, all of whom have their own traditions and religions.
Although Yangon is since 2005 no longer the capital of Myanmar, it is still the largest city in the country.
Cape Coast, the capital of the Central Region, is one of Ghana’s most significant spots.
In Kyrgyzstan, in the land of nomads, the use and the production of felt carpets has a long tradition.
Festivals in Ghana
In the south of Ghana, African religions play an important role alongside Christianity and Islam.
My Mother’s wardrobe
A fascinating performance by the Ghanaian artist Serge Attukwei Clottey in the Hotel Kempinski in Accra.
Naples is a magical place, a city full of life and contrasts, charachterized by a rich history and culture.
The «Dia de Muertos» (Day of the Dead) is devoted to the ancestors and is regarded as Mexicos most important folk Festival.
Chale Wote Street Art Festival
The «Chale Wote» Festival in Accra is one of the biggest street art festival in Africa.