My work focuses on global issues, the pitfalls of capitalism, human impact on Earth's ecosystems, the ambiguity of scientific images. These hard to grasps, abstract concepts construct my photographic work.
Coming from a background in Liberal Arts has informed the way I create projects. Drawing concepts from Philosophy and Cultural Studies, I step in with metaphorical images to fill in the gaps where words fall short. If I could sum up my working method in one word it would be questioning. Questioning the social structures which shape us, questioning the art market, questioning the ratrace of todays individualism. But also questioning myself as an artist all the time, why and to whom do I create my work for.
My longstanding interest in photography’s ambiguity — how we are trained to treat photographs as evidence while also approaching them with intense suspicion – is palpable throughout my practice as a photographer. Harnessing this tension,I present the viewer with the implications of a very real phenomenon without adhering to straight documentary methods that habitually signal truth. Instead, I mix genres to produce my visual universe.