MY PHILOSOPHY aka if a tree falls in a forest and no one hears it, it doesn't make a sound.
Sometimes when I say I'm a photographer, people call me an artist, but I don't really see myself as one. An artist is someone who transforms an idea into something visible, whereas I don't create anything out of nothing, everything I photograph exists without me, and that's how it appears before my eyes. All I do is make it real and seal it in time by filtering it through my point of view.
If I really have to define myself, I think creative is the right word. I constantly feed my vision by traveling, reading and trying to surround myself with things that train my sense of beauty, because I firmly believe that the more, we immerse ourselves in beauty, the more we are driven to seek it out and create it, to give it to ourselves and those around us.
In this process, the dialogue with my subject is indispensable, whether it is a landscape, a couple in love or a bouquet of flowers. My work is the product of that dialogue, of that exchange, and the more free-flowing the communication is, the more the images realize the beauty of the subject and the environment that surrounds it.