All human beings try to express in some manner what they
feel. That is the essence of my work.
I document what I experience and feel through metaphors that
I create photographing objects. One could say that I make
and photograph, Still Lives, which in turn become
self-portraits. Ones' in which I don't appear, instead,
there are objects carefully selected or found.
I load with new meaning every-day objects which exist in my
surroundings and which have a historical and cultural
significance of their own when found in their natural
context. They become the means of expression for a message
that comes from my inner being.
The variations in form and texture between the objects
themselves become a resource to express myself. The tensions
that are generated between the materials I use, project my
The forms of the objects are very significant, I see them as
sculptures. They way they interact with space, the
positive-negative, become part of my language.
Light is also an important element of my iconography. I use
it as if it would be words. The pictures are not about the
As I mature, I try to sieve what I see and remain with what
is the more significant. I try to reach at the essence of