It all started with painting in my early years of childhood. Soon after, I preferred photographic images as boilerplate for my paintings which requires rigor craftsmanship, patience and practice. Something I lack admittedly from time to time. With the advancements in digital photography however, i found more and more subjects in mundane commodities, architecture, industry but also nature. And I discovered the potential of digital postproduction and its strengths. At the beginning I exaggerated on it but after some key moment I began using Textures and Filters from few image editing applications which I still use today. The image comes first and the idea evolves with the image. I don’t work conceptually all the time, I’d rather let the subjects surprise me. For me, the computer display is like a canvas; quite often the editing is a major part of the creative process where I compose and shape the image until I’m satisfied with the result.