Denis Meyer is a documentary, press and corporate photographer based in Torshavn, Iles Féroé.
Fascinated by the latest top traveling destination, Denis created a photographic document on the small North Atlantic island of 335,000 inhabitants, which will was visited by more than two million tourists in a single year by the end of 2017. As the photographer shares his thoughts: „tourism would now be the country's main source of income, ahead of the secular fishing and aluminum industries.
A fact that could well change the face of the country and its exuberant nature, a land of ice and fire.”
Denis aimed to create a wide picture of a current situation of the island, pointing on its nowadays main struggle — protection and security. Despite the fact that the photographer was dealing with the important subject, he still managed to create a story which also attracts with its visual aspect.