'I also practice the art of beholding, taking some time before I even pick up the camera to hold a landscape, space or a subject in my gaze. Beholding has a still, slow and spacious quality to it, where vision becomes softer. It releases expectations of what you think you will see and instead you can receive what is actually in front of you.'Read More
'I consider myself a documentary photographer and I'm shooting what I think is important. I think people will interpret an image the way they see life. It's all subjective and it's not really important to label the work. It's important for me to follow my instincts in choosing the subject and the moment to shoot.'
'I enjoy the challenges. I look at every photograph as an obstacle, and I focus as intently as I can on making it as perfect as I can, whether it's photographing an athlete or sticks in water. Every day with the camera is different, so my work is never repetitive.'Read More
'If I have an image in my mind there is most of the time much work to do carrying all the props to the place I have chosen. I love to combine unusual things. Therefore I am always looking to find curious clothes or props.'Read More
'My earliest desire to be a photographer was caused by an astonishing scene I witnessed as a child during a visit to my grandparents, in one of the spring holidays. A unique landscape where elements of Winter and Spring seemed to merge and create in my mind a sort of "living" painting, which I couldn’t preserve but rather I kept in my heart and mind. 'Read More
'Much of my work is spontaneous. When I go out I shoot whatever object catches my eye through its light and shadows, textures and colors. Sometimes an idea comes out of nowhere, and I try to focus long enough to make a whole series based on that idea. It could be a certain color, topic or style or something else that connects the images. 'Read More