In my photographs, I work with daily scenes, disturbed through strain and boredom. With glossy appearance and material comfort, the characters evoke the loneliness and lack of communication inherent to today’s society. I employ a meticulous approach to detail by filling out their environment with accessories, allowing them to really exist.
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