I became interested in photography only later in my life. My idea of photography was related to my background as a designer, thus the photographs I considered interesting were only those with a graphic feeling to them.

Over time, my interpretation of photography has changed. Now I feel captivated by people and their relationship with the environment.

Images are powerful, but more than ever, they’ve become ephemeral.
On the other hand, the experience of taking a photo belongs to a private space which will always be a part of me.

It is this very duality, the intimacy of my reaction to the world outside, and the inexorable continuing flux out there that I find fascinating. Some things are beyond our control. In that instance, we are only observers. Finding the spot that will make the scene interesting is all we can do. No judging, no point to prove.

A photograph by its very nature is an illusion, which is what makes it so contemporary.