Framing

Over the past few years, in classes, lectures, and workshops, I am often approached to explain the principles behind the way I frame: “From so many options, why this one?” Much of the pleasure I get from photography comes essentially from the act of searching for the right vantage point and the most appropriate framing. Having…

A Statement

More than just showing, the aim is to make it visible. Over the past fifteen years, this body of work has always oscillated between two distinct scales: that of the urban landscape which is often the condensed history of the man-altered landscape, and that of detail which, decontextualized, invites to an expanded gaze. This work,…

1989

My father loved the visual arts but was unable to master any kind of artistic practice. He did, however, approach his shortcomings with humor and never let them stop him from showing me almost everything there was to see in the art world. Because of this, he continually motivated me to try new things and…

Blogging in 2020

Starting a blog in 2019 is both strange and motivating. In 2004, while building the first version of my website, I started a blog I kept for about two years. Except for some downtime, I’ve always tried to maintain an active online presence beyond the website, especially because I’ve always enjoyed having everything separate and…