My backlog, illustration
  • Updated on 20/12/2017.
  • A few principles
    • No dealines, no rush.
    • Some projects may get discarded for any reason.
  • Average delay approximation: weeks for photos, months for videos.


  • 07/05/2017 "Act of Angels" at "Fête de l'Iris", with Catherine Lybaert singing, complete album (not tango)
  • 27/05/2016-29/05/2016 Antwerpen Tango Festival 2016*2 *3
  • 28/04/2016-02/05/2016 Brussels Tango Festival 2016*1 *3


  • 27/05/2017 Nevena and Karim, et Nadia Cronidu et Tim Dany in Milonga de Gante (potentially three more videos) (Full HD)
  • 27/04/2017-01/05/2017 Brussels Tango Festival 2017 (we have exchange our rush with Roberto Sz (SZ emotion) and, mainly due to overload, BTF 2017 is not in my priorities) (Full HD)
  • 10/12/2016 Gerldin Rojas and Ezequiel Paludi at GC De Maalbeek (check if the last dances may be rightly edited) (4K)
  • 29/09/2016 Maria Ines Bogado and Jorge López at Patio de Tango (Full HD)
  • 28/04/2016-02/05/2016 Brussels Tango Festival 2016, a few things remaining here and there*1 (Full HD)


  • ??/??/???? [Web site improvement] I often have plenty improvement ideas of that I would like to implement in this website, but as I am a programmer and not primarily a web designer, those are more or less huge applicative ideas that require a lot of time, which I don't necessarily find.

  • *1 Please refer to this list to know what has been published and what is still to be published from the Brussels Tango Festival 2016.
  • *2 Please refer to this list to know what has been published and what is still to be published from the Antwerpen Tango Festival 2016.
  • *3 Since I change monitors and camera, these have become very frustrating to work on as they got somewhat technically deprecated.
  • This is only tango related stuff. Some times I shoot other events that do not appear in here and I might yet have other things to do, including working and studying...
  • I had no idea about this when I picked the backlog illustration from the Internet but it looks like the photo comes from Buenos Aires' Librería El Ateneo. (Reference: number 6 on