As an avid dreamer, I explore specific memories and sequences that appeared to me during my dreams. I am not trying to present a dream-like vision of the body, but simply to photograph my subjects more impulsively, sometimes candidly or by having them pose. By working in this liberated way, I hope to lose control of an overly deliberate method, and find a way of life that will leave more place for emotions.
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