"Nothing is lost, nothing is created, everything is transformed". This quote from Antoine Lavoisier, father of modern chemistry, very much inspires my creative process. I refuse to contribute to the tsunami of images we are drowning in. I shoot exclusively images that already exist, be it stills from films, people's memorabilia, old magazines... and try to resucitate them and give them a 'second life'. I organize them into what i call 'photo trailers', little narratives that anyone can relate to based on their own sensitivity/imagination. I believe what makes us unique is our ability to see the world with our own eyes and offer our unique perspective on it, away from stereotypes and mass production.
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