Prisoner of the Privacy - 2009
Project info

Prisoner of privacy is the title given by when it published it, for me it is an “always open” series started in 2009 first in black and white and then left in the original color. It focuses on the conditioning that photographers suffer from the unclear rules and clichés that the privacy law has entailed. Those who do street photography know well that maybe it will happen sooner or later to give an account of their work, therefore the guideline of this project was to look for poses that prevent the face from being recognizable. The result is what you see in this collection. The photographer continues to have fun, increases the degree of difficulty with the search for creativity but leaves future generations with important gaps on which I open a reflection.