Photography is how I protect myself from the bleakness and parody of life. Typically, I see the surface, like most of us, and, like most of us, I sense the hidden beneath the surface which is a mystery to us in our daily interactions with nature and each other. This is something we cannot understand, thanks to, mostly the centuries of distancing ourselves with superficial interpretations of visual and sensual phenomena.
This is where photography comes in. It is a medium that can help trap these invisible presences.
Instinctually, I press the shutter, trying to capture the exact moment when my senses awaken to the mystery of hidden. By using any technique available, and through experimentation, my goal is to go beyond the surface, to hint at the apparitions we cannot always see. I do not let the obvious fool me, yet at the same time I admire and respect it for the daunting opponent it is. I could not ask for a greater challenge.