One day, the number of pictures taken from the creation of photography will be bigger than the amount of sand grains papering the desert and ocean floors. ‘Click’, again and again.
Facing the daily bulimia of images that flood our modern world, what should a photo be today so as not to remain merely a simple frame to be seen but a window with meaning? Neither an aggregate of exciting pixels nor the reflection of a formulaic beauty. It should be about you. A part of yourself. This part that lights up your iris and reveals your singular look on life.
Paris-based amateur photographer, I’m concerned with climate change, I love trees and mountains.