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“The compelling clarity with which 

a photograph recorded the trivial

suggested that the subject had never

before been properly seen, that it

was in fact perhaps not trivial, but

filled with undiscovered meaning.”

(John Szarkowski, The Photographer’s Eye, 

The Museum of Modern Art, 1964)

I am exploring duality.

My photography projects usually start with a stimulating notion or some curiosity that arises within me. I'm interested in the visual description of the tension between seeable and the knowable. What does it mean when the surface of the world obscures meaning?


I don’t have a preconceived idea of what I’m after when I first learn about a subject. Yet, as I delve deeper, the heart of the matter crystallizes, enabling me to produce a body of work that surfaces questions regarding the issues I aim to address. I do find that world complexities are far more interesting than my preconceived concepts.

My work revolves around investigation of social documentary issues, investigating expectations, societal norms and meanings; I question the traditional, normative life and reflect on the contrast between what we aspire to and what we actually want or need. I am contending with these aspects both in my personal life and conceptually as an artist.

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