In my photographs I create my own world, which is located in an urban area. It becomes the setting to project my own psychological drama onto, and a flexible location to establish a narrative. I am very interested in moments that hover between before and after. A moment that is unresolved remains a question and necessarily the ultimate meaning needs to remain a mystery for myself.
There are continuing motifs in my photographs, such as a nightly setting in an empty city, a sense of loneliness, the presence of strong linearity, dramatic lighting. I could try to make sense of it, but I prefer to make the photographs to speak for themselves and let the viewers supply the answers.
That is my ultimate goal to this body of work; I want the viewer to bring his own story to the photograph. When I say I don't really know precisely what one of my pictures is about, I am telling the truth.