As a young child and being the youngest of the family, I observed the adults surrounding me. Playing on the streets and being in nature I found myself often daydreaming and enjoying the world and people around me. For example: I remember laying in the field near my home and watching a lark praying in the summer sky above me. I felt one with the planet, looking up to the blue sky and laying on the dry land. I must have been 7 or 8 years old. Being totally in that moment it triggered me to find these moments over and over again. And as I started looking at photography at about 9 years old, always bringing home photo-books from the library, I sensed the great photographers where chasing these experiences as well and managed to capture them. This fascinated me and I wished I would be able to do this as brilliant as they did. It took me until I was 26 years to have enough courage to make my own images.
I mirror my soul in my autonomous work, let my audience see through my window on reality and tell visual stories to give my opinion and emotions, on the world we live in. I make photo’s with everything that can make images, before they are lost in time.