I am a human in love with other humans. I feel drawn to other peoples’ life stories. Through photo documentary and personal projects, photography has always allowed me to interact with people and, through that, make meaning of my own story. I don’t try to be “invisible,” as I believe that it’s not possible to enter a situation in someone’s life with a camera and not transform that reality in some way. My images are therefore very much a consequence of my encounters with my subjects—if anything, only a brief record of what has happened. This is especially true of my personal projects where, together, we transform and play, cry, and laugh. But there is space for silence and reflection too. Some of my personal projects are about the individual in public spaces, while others explore the private and intimate space of an individual.