The scene of my photos is always deserted, immersed in silence, there is rarely more than one human figure, if there is more than one, a dramatic extraneousness and lack of communication between the subjects seems to emerge. My photographic subjects seem extraneous to the environment in which they are immersed. I like to photograph silence. My characters are wrapped in their desperate thoughts, with their eyes lost in the void, transmitting solitude, expectation, inacessibility. A psychoanalytic dimension. The images have bright colors but do not transmit vivacity, the spaces are real but in them there is something metaphysical that...
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