I am not trying to create a separate world or deconstruct what is happening on the world. Rather, I just highlight and frame important moments.
As a young man, I studied painting but after a while I could no longer express myself within the framework of painting, so later I became a television journalists. Wider frameworks, more dimensions and a completely different imaging technique – this is what digital journalism has brought with it. The audio-video interpretation of the facts taught me to reduce the information, to filter out the important things, and leave the frills.
As a photographer, this is driven by visual thinking. To leave the excess, to reduce the important things or the emotion into a single image, perhaps a series. Maybe that’s why a little work gets out of my hands. I don’t like the excess, and I don’t like aimless imaging.