I became a photographer with the idea of exploring and describing the world. After a few years I realized that photography is much more than that to me. It is a vital breath. I feel alive when I photograph, as if I am living not only my own life, but that of all the people I meet. Encounters made of joy, pain, suffering, beauty, struggle. It is in this incredible cocktail of emotions which surge though me that I discover myself. A kind of sponge absorbing the world it meets and becoming part of it in order to recount those moments of truth.
To do this I alternate between photography and video, moving from celluloid film to digital, from black and white to colour. Experimentation is at the heart of my quest to give form to emotions.