“I produce stories of subjects that have been told many times. Everything has already been photographed once. But not by me. I always try to find a way to surprise. If I like it, then that is the best starting point. I am always searching for that one unique story. The simpler the better. If I don’t get hit, the viewer won’t be anyway. ”
What I find most interesting is the contact, talking to people and listening to what happened. It’s like making a very short friendship every time. The photo will then follow automatically. I think that feeling of connection is very important. When I feel that, it has value and it makes sense that I am present somewhere.
There is a lot of psychology in photography. That must be a mutual contact. Then it becomes fun and exciting. I once said that the doorbell is a much more important button than the one on my camera. ” “I will guide you through my work showing original angles on a variety of topics mostly shot in low-income countries.”