Why photography ?
Because photography helps you capture moments, places or things you believe are important. It's a great tool to live again and remember sounds, details, smells, and bring that feeling back.
Also, photography finds and create an experience of reality from different perspectives.
Your inspiration ?
My inspiration is based on creating nostalgia in a different world, relieve memories, emotions or experiences that are old but new at the same time.
I'm also inspired by that sense of stress-free feeling that a vacation on a hot day in summer can bring and we all enjoy.
What is unique in your photographs ?
I guess the mixture of a surrealistic shot in a realistic world that evokes a feeling of living on a timeless postcard.
The minimal, peaceful, and colorful vibes. Color is very important for me because that's what sets the mood of the photos
The context of creation of your new series
This new collection was born because there was so much I wanted to photograph other than still life objects, I'm passionate about old cars, landscapes,
animals, mid-century architecture, and lifestyle, so this was a great opportunity for me to make a mix and create something new.
Any anecdote for us?
During a weekend trip in Copenhagen, we stumbled into a Yellow Korner gallery and I was amused by the great collection of photos and artists they had, months later I was contacted by the Yellow Korner team to collaborate.
This was a funny and exciting coincidence.
The picture you would have loved to shoot ?
I would have loved taking photos of iconic photos of musicians and iconic celebrities living the 60s and 70s crazy life and tours. Their lifestyle, houses, social parties, and vacations.
The latest prizes / awards / prides you got ?
I recently was on the shortlist finalists of the World Photo Organization 2020 by Sony.
Emerging Talent Awards but the Independent Photographer.
And finally, be on the Creative 100 by AdWeek 2018.
Your next projects?
As soon as we can travel again, my goal is to find new inspiration with my camera, I'm hoping to travel to beautiful places and let the magic of the moment happen.
Enjoy the moment, because one day, everything will be completely different not in a bad way but just different and enjoying the moment and being present should always be part of how you do what you do.
Any crush on a YK picture?
There are great photographers, my favorites are Franck Bohbot, he injects pure soul to his architecture photos, and I also like Maria Svarbova, she has such a very particular style and the color scheme it's out of this world.