I'm interested in [a quite broad idea of] landscape photography, ranging from interiors to urban settlements, which I try to represent in their essence, looking for a balance between a documentary and a poetic approach: I let my left brain take care of the composition, and my right brain of everything else.
Emptiness and silence play a central role in my work. In a reaction to the overwhelming amount of visual information we are daily exposed to, I want my images to dilate space and time, and to force the viewer to a slower pace.
I believe in static forms of beauty.
I like to measure off things and then let them remain.
I try to create degrees of silence.
Don DeLillo, End Zone