In my photographic work, I create poetic images where flowers and natural light are the main characters. Constantly looking for an aesthetic of beauty where decay and freshness form an harmonious composition together, I like to create poetic images that have a twist and make an harmonious ensemble of things that would not at first sight go along. Working in an intuitive way, each photograph is a journey on its own where the starting point has few to do with what is shown to the viewer. The end result, the photograph itself, is the concrete object of something invisible. My creative quest is comparable to the Japanese Ikebana art as it is described by Sofu Teshigahara in The Book of Flowers: "Set things you cannot see. There are many things in your heart that are invisible. Flowers are concrete but Ikebana is abstract." There is in my work a tragic and poetic whiff like nature and life can be. In a world where efficiency and competitiveness are prominent, my photographs are an ode to the diversity and the beauty life gives us.