One of my favourite subjects in photography are people. My goal here is not a trivial attempt to make “just” appealing photographs about a person but an exploration about which visible psychological traits an individual consists of. Or it can consist of. It’s about surveying those camera angles, light setups and before all those micro-expressions in face and body language which I am after. Jeah, I am about reading much of psychology into capturing a person on a photograph and giving a sort of existential depth to it – I am all about blending pure theoretical philosophy with practical artistic actions.
Another favourite subject of mine in photography is still life, especially the found one. This means finding an interesting setting and capturing a photograph without altering the context at all. I just like that kind of naturalistic flavour of such sceneries, that random but somehow pure aesthetical feeling of sublime accidents in the world. Additionally, travel photography – which often intersects with still life – is also one of my favourite photography fields. That delight of discovering novel places and taking an artistically conveyed part of it home is something I could never have enough