A central thought about my photography: try not to portray things, objects, life in general, as they are in real life, but rather as you feel them.
That is why, perhaps, my photograph has almost always high color contrasts (sometimes I like false colors) and gray-laden, contrasting shades with striking grains in black and white photos. Not to make a difference in my photography with respect to other works, or to create an unique aesthetic, but to express my emotions with respect to that particular photograph or a photographed subject.
I feel that photography is, above all, a state of the soul. The photographs I like – my own and those of other authors – are those that transform reality, which enrave my soul.