What is personally interesting are the reservoirs of the unseen and the unsaid. Relations filled with private codes, the remnants of pleasures, threats, triumphs, failures, hopes, despair, the human experience that is built by past and present introducing us to the uncanny.
Within four walls there is a need to photograph alone, to create a theater of ambiguous symbols, leaving hints, provocatively asking silent questions, leaving room to stir and provoke fantasies between the photographer, the subject and ultimately the audience. The act of the portrait, the most personal and intimate photographic exchange always begs the question who do we see? This exploration lives within constant flux, and rests in the in between state of perception.