When he was 10, someone gave him a cheap Kodak camera and he started taking photographs “without really thinking about it.” When he graduated in psychology he realized he didn’t want to be a psychologist. While in this void, a friend of his took him to a dark room and he remembers being completely fascinated by the image appearing on the white paper in the developer. “That was it!” he adds. From there he started working as a photographer in England for 5 years before realizing there were better photographer than him. It was a hard acknowledgment but also a great lesson since his path has been very diverse (curator, business, creative in commercial, journalism, fashion…) and successful since then.
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