I began my photographic journey as a Street Photographer in Paris (France) in the early 90's.
Along the way I fell in love with the Light and the forms it reveals.
Of the many facts or qualities of light, two are pillars of my practice. 1) Light falls on everything without prejudice, and 2) Light harmonizes things of different nature. So choosing to look at Light as a subject as well as a guide allows me to expand the way I look at things around me. By broadening the scope of my vision I come to embrace more of the world around me, I come to deepen my connection.
In photographic terms this translates itself into 1) visuals with multiple layers, interwoven or juxtaposed illustrating the richness, the complexity of life, 2) minimalist compositions highlighting the core essence of things, the designs.
Circumstances led me to inscribe my practice into the everyday, the very familiar fabric of my daily/weekly routines
which allowed me to affirm a better connection to my immediate environment and to my life.
Through the works I probe how far I can stretch my photography and subsequently I get to know what it seems to be reduced to, or limited to at a certain time in my life.
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