I have been a photographer for several years now. I am mostly self-taught, but I took courses and workshops, that gave me a better understanding of what photography can mean, and how to develop my own vision.
My interests are rooted in urban or street photography; I mostly make photography of cities, buildings, public spaces, and the people in these settings, what they do, how they move, how they live, day and night. I am doing what some would call “lost photography”. I love walking the streets of cities, getting literally lost, collecting fragments and pieces of the places I walk. My photography is in essence a continuation of my professional interests, as I have been teacher and researcher in urban planning, at university level.
In essence, photography is a mean to build what I would call a geography of slowness, helping me to observe, to find what can make sense, so I can present it to others. My photographs develop a very personal geography, subjective, partial and incomplete, of the world in which I live.