My photographic series and text-based works focus on personal intimacies. Photographing helps me to see the things that I cannot see with the naked eye. For me, wavering between the indispensability and impossibility of building relationships, the actual act of photographing becomes a breather in the ebb and flow of life. I also see photography as a tool to communicate and interact with my surroundings as well as research the ways human develop relationships between themselves and the world they inhabit.
I am very much interested in exploring the value of the medium of photography through its role in intimate relationships as well. I believe that photographs as objects have a great power to create pathways to rethink about the connections we share as humans with each other and with the natural world that surrounds us. For me, photography is one way to re-connect with being; I aim to create an intimate conversation between me and the people I photograph and finally, facilitate a similar conversation between my photographs and the viewer.