"I work in a very unusual way for a photographer, since I never really have a camera with me, and even if something really catches my interest on the spot, it goes into my notes to be revisited in a more controlled setting later on. The obsession with control over my own ideas often leads me to strive for perfection within an aesthetic framework as well, relying upon carefully studied principles of composition and colour theory."
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