I started in photography in at the beginning of 2000. Since 2004 I have been involved in skateboard photography, on the streets and in different cities, travelling around the world. Being a skateboarder
myself, I understand that street skateboarding has much in common with the architecture. For the skateboarding culture, visual art and music are also important, and very closely related. Resignification of the places where we skateboard and the marks made on the concrete while skateboarding, are some of my previous works in contemporary art.
I also make three-dimensional works, sometimes using sound and sometimes making constructions for people to use: skateboarding or just sitting and enjoying a coffee, tea and a talk.
I am interested in deconstructing our common view on the skateboard and discovering new forms of art. As an artist, I look for the imaginary, I dream in different atmospheres, think of the places that we are living and introduce all that to images and sculptures.