ARTIST'S STATEMENT //
I have always considered art as a therapy for my personal well-being and I believe that it’s become a fundamental part of my existence.
Photography, as a symbolic and non-verbal language, same as all the other artistic disciplines in which I engage, allows me to create and visualise a bridge that connects my very hidden inner self with the real world. I am really into the faces that are not fully visible and it represents me, in particular. The contrast between visible and apparently visible generates some kind of interest in the observer. A feeling that opens the doors of imagination, disorienting the common sense that makes things already fully visible.