I always be greatly attracted to cinema and in partcular the luminous Black and White ﬁlms of the silent era, I create photographs in sequence. Every sequence tells a unique, mult-layered story, creating a highly personal, imaginary cinema. Like a in a movie, I unfolds the story with bigger than life characters, lavish costumes and the core is reminiscent of Surrealism, especially the Visual and Performing Arts of the ‘20s and ‘30s. Magnifying imagination beyond imagination, the surrealistic feel of my work represents the liberation of the unconscious, the rejection of established values and a concrete eﬀort to illustrate extreme mental states, unconventional ideas, or elaborate fantasy worlds, there is an enchanting, yet dark side to my work, an intriguing depth that appears to be destined to highlight the drama of life and capture the sincerity of the journey, the scenes of intimacy that confront human vulnerability, challenging our own fragility. My work makes the spectators enter an emotional journey so they can ﬁnd themselves absorbed in the narrative, visual richness and the power of story telling. Although fascinated by digital arts,I strongly believes in the immortality of ﬁlm, the real essence of photography. Photography is a mystery and every mystery should remain unveiled. “There is something remarkable about those pictures, something unforeseen, something of new (…) No reply is ever given because of opened pictures to create draft those of Rêveries. What if poetry was there after all?” , Patrice Leconte, […]
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