Even as a student of Physics at the university, I have been fascinated by geometrical structures, networks of information and systems. My passion for mechanics and complexity of physical systems led me to photography in an effort to capture and articulate my thoughts on the subject.
Photography became an obsession and my interests guided me to architectural photography. When working on a project, I like to delve into its true meaning, seeking its essence. One can discover so much more than the arrangement of lines and geometry. Light, shadow and the atmosphere produced by their interplay are the elements comprising each work, allowing its true nature to show.
In a world of rapid change, chaotic implosions, imperfection and non-hierarchical incidents, photography allows me to remain still for a moment and extract meaning.