I treat life as an adventure. I meant to explore and search for an answer. I feel there's a bigger truth out there, and though I may never discover it, I have to try.
Mine photographs, trying to depict my yearning to find a deeper purpose. My work taps into this urge, not always directly. I stimulate myself through constant change. That's why I never plan or stage my photographs too much. Photography is my personal work of total space and freedom. Make me feel fulfilled and is one of my best contributions. It stands apart from others in the sense that doesn't tell any particular story but creates its own idea. I feel it's different and unconventional, possibly even eccentric. I am adapting to many situations. As a photographer, I have to create the space to detached mentally and retreat into my own world. My pictures embracing what sets me apart. Mostly I create while I'm alone or isolated. That's why my work is very primitive and raw on the outside. But I feel it's truly authentic, aligned, and content within itself. It embodies an independent and idiosyncratic nature.
That's a part of me that sees the world differently than others. It's my way of staying objective, rational, and level-headed in the situation. Embrace my ability to remain an observant witness and remove myself from the drama of an experience.