What first drew you to photography and what inspires you, and when did you first begin your journey behind the camera?
Well, I’ve been working with audiovisual for many years, it’s my graduation and main work. I’ve always loved imaging, design, and photography.
I started this project in 2017, to connect with people emotionally and deal with the responsibility of care about women’s intimacy. It’s been grateful. It’s good to do good. So, this is my inspiration: cause good emotion.
What do you think makes your work memorable?
My work is an experience. It’s not about photography only, it’s about instinct, it’s about care, it’s about people.
What does photography mean to you?
Escape! It explores creativity e enjoys human connection through feelings.
Are you always in photographer mode?
Yes, sure! My eyes are always trying to figure out the world in a beautiful way.
How does black and white vs. color play into your work?
Honesty, I love black and white more than color ones. The relationship between light and shadows is amazing. But, for sure, color is nice, color is temperature and emotion. I always make two versions from a picture.
How important is it for a photographer to “connect” with his subjects to bring out their true self?
Be a professional is be who you are. Our human side is always on charge mode. So if you are a good person, this will be reflected on your work.
Locations and weather conditions seem to be a crucial aspect of a successful picture. How do you handle these unpredictable factors?
Improvisation. All variables come to challenge us.
What do you want your viewers to take away from your work?
I desire to send a message of freedom, beauty, and art. It’s not about the body, it’s about freedom.
What do you think are some of the things in photography you steer away from yourself?
Doing cliches and act like an influencer. Let’s continue being artists.
What were the difficulties you encountered when you first started photography?
Money, money, and money. It’s expensive and unfortunately, people don’t put respect and value in photography work.
What are your thoughts on working single images versus projects?
It’s ok. The art is free and sometimes the job is doing only one epic image.
What are the disadvantages you face as a photographer, in this industry?
The industry is going crazy and put us on the edge. I mean, everything is for now, and have to be good and have to be the same. We need to stop and breathe.
What is one question nobody has ever asked you which you wish they would ask?
I’ve never thought about this. Maybe something like “how is going your personal life, photography it’s been good for you?
As a photographer, can you explain the difference between beauty and vulgarity when it comes to modeling?
Attitude. Photography’s about expression and personality. Vulgarity’s more about who is receiving the message, maybe some values are different
Which style of photography do you prefer, high fashion or eye candy?
I can’t tell one style, photography is beautiful. Landscapes, people, fine arts, even advertising product photos are beautiful. I am an addict to images.
How has the “Game” changed in your opinion?
When my life was chaotic and I decided to challenge myself in a creative way.
We truly appreciate you allowing us to interview you, what’s in store for you in the future?
Do more videos, do more photos, and keep doing. As long as it’s fun, I’ll continue.