I am a photographer who likes to create images that are the exact opposite of those I took during my working time as a photojournalist, images that told the naked and raw reality, that did not give rise to interpretations. Now I take photos in which I try to communicate my dreamer spirit, capturing moments and aspects that ignite, in the viewer, fantasy and imagination, mixing real and unreal that lead him to see reality from other points of view. So I play with the concept of immanence, what is real and tangible and transcendence, that is, what exists beyond the reality perceived by man: the exact opposite of the chronicle photo.
This concept is transferred to the 3 types of photographs I prefer: landscape, street, abstract reality.
I still wanted to be interested in the moment of the shooting and to tell something about the reporter’s training, giving my point of view anyway. And the story can be a fantastic and invented story as a current and dramatic story.
I am not interested in the means by which images are created, but, inspired by what Henry Cartier Bresson said, in the instant that is created at that moment to fix it forever in time.