Sensegraphy is the name I’ve given to a conceptual redefinition of photography, in which experiencing life in a profound way, by stimulating the senses through visual aesthetics, plays a central role. Photographer and viewer are both positioned on an equal level on which they can interact.
For me, photography is not a philosophical metaphor for death or the past, but rather a crystallization of the temporal dimension with which humans interact so vitally, achieved through the medium of light. Each and every photograph, deep within it, captures the fierce cycle of opposition and selection of the elemental, physical energy that has existed since the Earth’s creation, as well as an answer—"this moment"—like a miracle.
Sensegraphia aims to give you peaceful inspiration and experience that we are part of the dynamics of nature and the universe on our planet. If we are able to see it, feel it, and sense it together, to compose a story together, then I will be so happy.