My artistic practice involves a self-reflective approach that interrogates the narratives connecting people and nature. Drawing from memories, loss, and longing, I aim to make connections and closeness tangible while revealing deeper, familiar meanings in my photographic works. Much of my work navigates the borders of representation, exploring elusive yet genuine concepts such as distance, absence, and a shared sense of urgency, which are challenging to define and articulate.
At some point we all realize that everything is transitory. Photography is my way of making life a little more permanent. It is my way of reinforcing and synchronizing my vision and my feelings by connecting the dots and finding links between arbitrary events or patterns within the chaos. My images create a visual narrative that adds meaning to existence, illuminating the beauty and fragility of the natural world and our place within it.