I'm actually architect but since a couple of years I am fascinated by photography and I have a web where I show my images.
My web is a collection of moments in my everyday life through photographs. In this sense, this does not differ much from a photo album. But any photograph is always something more than a reflection of reality. Photographs have a double quality. They represent something, but are also something themselves. Pictures are always in between what they represent -the testimony of the moment in that they were taken-, and what they say or suggest simply as a two-dimensional image.
My images want to explore precisely that line that separates memory from story, space from surface. It is a visual reflection in both meanings: a mirror and an artificial construction.
For me making pictures it’s just like sending postcards. Postcards have two faces, a personal one with a reflection from inside and a public one with a reflection from outside. I try to combine these two faces in the same image.