In my work, I look for new ways of approaching the familiar. My interest lies in how subtle personal events are transformed into patterns that appear on the surface of our social structures, as well as in their interdependence. Balancing between the personal and the universal, between reality and its performance, my work explores the common elements that bind our individual lives.

Central to my artistic thinking is the concept of uncertainty, as a means of approaching a multifaceted truth. By intervening in my immediate environment I compose situations in which bodies, gestures or even objects interact, creating dynamic visual and conceptual correlations, which ask for a free translation and personal interpretation. Improvisation and the integration of collaborative processes encourage the questioning of the hierarchy between photographer and subject. In my photographs, the portrait is often used allegorically, a transformation of a person into a figure, a carrier of emotions or ideas.