I fell in love with photography as a little boy when my brother received a Russian Zenit as a gift. I would borrow it whenever I had a chance. I was so passionate about taking photos of imagery I was eager to memorize. This childlike wonder is still one of the most important elements of my approach to photography because it allows me to be spontaneous. And spontaneity is one of the most prominent features of my works. A moment of a phantasmagorical beauty that can disappear within a blink of an eye is my Holy Grail. Today, when focused on the light, exposure and depth of field, I am being extra careful not to ignore that little boy’s attentive look waiting in anticipation for that special moment.
Photographing books and eco-products in various settings at my full-time job has given me an opportunity to further enhance my photography skills. When taking these photographs, I keep looking for a hidden message. I explore natural materials like wood, paper, rocks and admire their beauty… th