Before an image we have to humbly recognize that it will probably outlive us, that before it we are the passing element, and that before us it is the element of the future, the fraction of history that transcends. The image often has more memory and more future than the viewer who looks at it.
My goal is to capture what the human eye cannot see. Leave a mark. I seek to create images that stimulate the senses, that move – generate impalpable sensations whose perception is the subject of reflection. Beauty is like a railing that supports us against the abyss of uncertainty. Our history is temporary, and in this theater of everyday life, even for a fraction of a second, each gesture, each moment and each person can become the protagonist.