The human form is the cardinal element in my artistic work—the seed from which emerges an interwoven movement in the exploration of the self, the spirit, relationships and sexuality. I seek to unearth the myriad of sensibilities of the human being and to bring to the surface the uniqueness and authenticity existing in each individual, while defying the social norms of beauty.
My work is intimate and experimental. The process and the result is keenly influenced by the interconnectedness existing between myself and the individual I am photographing, as my photography reflects the dialogues and narratives of the interactions that take place. Within these narratives ensues an unraveling of sorts of the uninhibited authentic self.
Conversely, I explore the sculptural elements and subtler surfaces of the nude, often times combining bold and contrasting elements of natural light and shadow, while playing with the composition of the human form as an abstract. In doing so, I aspire to integrate the surfaces of the body with the elements in nature, to illustrate the oneness which genuinely exists between the two.