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What interested you about becoming
– It allowed me to express universal humanism and immortalize fleeting moments through a captured frame. Photography gave me the privilege of being able to express myself, to show places, to tell the stories of people, and to reveal slices of extraordinary moments that exist in our everyday lives.
Where do you find inspiration to
make your photographs?
– I find inspiration in the works of master photographers, films, paintings, music, books and everyday life itself. It's usually a summary of my emotions, thoughts and memories combined with the kind of art that I like.
What do you most like to
– People. I can see a part of myself in each person I photograph. People are the best subjects because there is usually some emotional connection between the viewer, the photographer & the image. I look for the unguarded moments, the candidness of human nature, an emotion revealed on a person's face.
Who are your favorite photographers?
– Alex Webb, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Vivian Maier, Trent Parke, Fred Herzog, Elliot Erwitt, Steve McCurry, Helen Levitt, Mario Testino, Guy Bourdin, Annie Leibovitz, Brassai, Robert Frank, Fan Ho, Sebastião Salgado, Patrick Demarchelier, Constantine Manos, Harry Gruyaert, et al.