Since the early stages of my art career, I have focused on a drawing but have used photography as a tool for exploration. I produce works that involve photography in different ways but have primarily used it for elements of reference, and to study context and composition.
Lately, I have ventured in the use of photography to create a visual diary of my everyday findings, to attempt to document the lives of others, the anonymous characters that I randomly meet and observe. The intention is to provide a segment of a story to be told, to offer the viewer a possibility to elaborate upon that frame. My pictures are a tribute to the ordinary, to the meaningless, to all insignificant moments that fill our days.