I was about 5 or 6 when I first held a camera. Actually, it was my mother’s device, she was a photographer as well.
Twenty years later, I became a graphic designer and started to use a simple digital camera.
Here I am now, with my device replaced by a full frame hybrid camera, capturing anything eye-catching or graphically interesting.
Exploring nearby brownfield sites, I was looking for new objects to photograph, and so, one thing leading to another; I have found myself visiting castles, mansions, and abandoned hospitals or waiting to be offered a second lease of life.
Attracted by this kind of no-man’s land, deserted areas where usually none would have to dwell, I imagine these places busy and noisy again, as if I am being taken by a sense of nostalgia, and by capturing them, I freeze them in time, highlighting locations’ reliefs, colors and architecture.