Everyday life is like Virginia Woolf describes in her books, a collection of moments that are like little lanterns strung together in a candlelight vigil. Moments of idleness, of loneliness, of dreams, yearnings, friends, love, isolation, - moments of the surreal, blur perceived in the real everyday life. Poetry where we suspect no more. It is always a perspection of how one views the world. Perhaps in Tokyo in 2010 this is a reality. My everyday life. I, myself, my friends and the people around us. On weekends and other days ... a stream of unconsciousness from the small breaks that allow us time to dream. My photographic work uses abstract imagery and visualizations of silence, the poetry in everyday life, the life cycles and different perceptions of reality and the confusion of realities in the absurd, in a dream or in the surreal. What interests me above all is to create an atmosphere of ambiguity in my photos and to explore what life really means to me.
Place of residence: between France and England
Weekend portfolio selected by Tim Jefferies.