I see my work as a highly graphic black and white message. I always try to capture very clean, geometric and powerful images. My time is invested in finding my own voice in architecture and landscape photography. Lately I’ve come to the realization that when capturing the human being in different scenarios, I can play with scales and perspective. This gives me the opportunity to create touching and powerful images.
For more than 30 years, I’ve been studying photography by myself. I’ve done several workshops in techniques and composition. The best school in photography is on the streets, working with a camera.
My proudest moments as a photographer are when people write to me, saying they find inspiration in my work. To me, a photo is good when the viewer thinks about the image. Especially when you left something out of the frame and they imagine what should be there.
If I could give advice to young photographers it would be to experiment, don't follow all the rules, but know them. Try to defeat the rules and look at art and photography from other artists. Everything you see will help you along the way.