Early in my photography career, I unknowingly started capturing landscapes. I spent a while searching for the right format and eventually switched to a 6/17 linhoff camera in 2003, which was more convenient. I carried the camera everywhere, despite the inconvenience, because whenever I didn't have it, there was always something worth photographing. Initially, I focused on outdoor scenes, but then I started photographing interiors, particularly the rooms I slept in. Occasionally, I include people in my images, although I find it challenging and unsure if I truly like those shots, although some have turned out great. I don't actively seek out locations; I simply stumble upon something interesting during my walks and capture it. For me, it's more like documenting the things around me, capturing what I see and envision as appealing photographs.