30 years ago my father used to be a photographer and was specially attracted by industrial architecture, hunting for steel and concrete structures in the cities. Years ago, I accidentally found a cardboard full of clichés from his past work and it triggered my passion for photography, following-up on his work by taming streets and cities with my own perspective.
Personification of motionless subjects
Through my abstract works, I try to carry the spectator into an unusual type of questioning. Most of my photographs do not completely focus on a subject, as I try to make the whole picture the subject itself. The observer is invited to question himself about the reality behind the scene and usually invents his own story, giving life to my motionless subjects.