Most of my photography projects are experimental and can rarely be
called documental or even descriptive. I am always looking for an
alternative technique, or a new aesthetic. This probably makes me a
“user of photography” rather than a photographer. My main goal is to
provoke an aesthetic emotion, in a way that turns the picture into an
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