My body of work focuses consistently on our relationship with the environment, especially animals. I explore the borders of fiction and reality and I often uses documentary photography mixed with staging and fictive narratives. Photographic series Echo (2012) addressed on how our lives are related to nonhuman, on thinking about ourselves through an animal other. Echo reveals how our histories can be related more in to fiction than reality. In A Kind of You (2013) I traveled to Indonesia, to create a body of documentary photography work of macaque monkeys, dressed to wear human clothes and masks. The portraits of city monkey figures, who say more about humanity than about the nature of the animal.