I “nicked” my father’s camera when I was 14 and since that afternoon he did not have a chance to take one single picture with it. I spent my first day of shooting in mother nature pointing my camera at everything that seemed worthy to capture. Constantly seeking knowledge I discovered the world of lighting and thanks to that I quickly lost interest in bugs and flowers and shifted towards human subjects. I started to terrorise my family with my endless lighting test sessions but after a while I had to look for other subjects (my relatives started to lose patience after the 100th time). That’s when I fell in love with photography for the second time: I discovered people. My camera is the passport to enter their unique world called intimacy and I feel privileged to be let in. I believe that in every human being on Earth there is beauty and a spelling story. I am here eager to capture both.