Falkwyn de Goyeneche is a native islander, born in Ibiza and a Balinese resident at the age of three. Falkwyn’s father is a painter, and travel is a constant for them both. Falkwyn initially took up photography because unlike his father, he never figured out how to draw very well. He received formal education in Liberal Arts and Cinematography, the latter has resulted in much working practice.
Falkwyn mostly likes photographing people. He is keen on trying formats of all shapes and sizes, and is convinced that the number thirty three point three recurring can be put to good use, but that is another story altogether.
2012 “Apples and Oranges,”
solo exhibition commissioned by the University of Melendez Pelayo.
2012 “Docile and Dreamy,"
solo exhibition, Do Design. Madrid, Spain.
2009 “Ombak Bali,"
collective exhibition, Bali, Indonesia.
La Casita De Wendy
Dawn of Midi
TheWall Street Journal
Falkwyn does freelance photographic work for, documentary, fashion, commercial and editorial type projects. He has also been on a lot of film sets and is active as a cinematographer on narrative films and commercials as well as producing independent projects as a film maker.
Some credits for camera crew work on feature films and commercials at: I.M.D.b.
For assignments please feel free to contact Falkwyn at:
Calle San Lucas, 5 1º D
28004 Madrid, Spain
+34 628 659 097