My photographic work, generally speaking, is always framed by my professional background as a geographer. My goal is to deconstruct a given reality to then reconstruct it in a new way through depicting the traces and remains of human activity. By portraying these material traces of recent events (at times construed as “trash”) I observe the contradictions between social ideas and their expression as actions.
In view the reality as a field of dynamic forces and interactions. IN the images I attempt to elucidate this perspective. Beyond simply documenting the external appearance of a motif, my interest is to capture an internal state, the reverberation of the thing observed. It is important for me that the image, although documentary, remains open to different readings, thereby increasing its potential resonance with the viewer.