“THE CAMERA IS AN INSTRUMENT THAT TEACHES PEOPLE HOW TO SEE WITHOUT THE CAMERA.”
I don't like categories and even less limits. But if I had to describe my photography, I would say that it is into two fields: the conceptual and the casual.
I photograph imagined stories that reflect any perceived concern that, although embodied in conceptual narratives of artifice, possess an aesthetic that gives them a character of authenticity. The minimalist images contrast with the complex concepts that give them body, the common visual language expresses extraordinary ideological ensembles that can be interpreted in multiple ways.
On the casual side, I dwell on spontaneity: on mine and everything that surrounds me. In the silhouettes that inhabit the spaces, in the irony of common situations, in the inadvertent. These are situations found and not sought after, in the eternal hope of embodying "the" moment.