It’s about places that recall memories from my childhood
and have been transformed in my adulthood.
It’s about people I am fond of.
About their uncertainty. My uncertainty.
The intimacy, the unknown and the vanity.
The loneliness and the hope for change.
The stoicism and the vulnerability with which we accept
what happens around us.
It’s about story telling images that look like a film frame, portraits that satisfy the paradox of incorporating time.
It’ s about these people that I feel close to, in relation with places that reflect human absence in a way that can be connected with the portraits and create a story.