How did you discover you had a passion for photography?
When I was a kid a received a camera as a present and started shooting my family and closer friends. Later I went to college and studied Photography and Audiovisual Communication, always with photography on my mind.
Why do you endear to analogue photography?
I started shooting analogue and learning film photography in college and also by my own. Studying the photographers I loved and how they used the camera and developed their work. It was a very organic, intuitive, process for me since most of my favourite photographers used film cameras.
Shooting with both digital and 35mm film. What are the challenges you face with both?
When I work with 35mm film it feels like I need to be more present in the moment of the shot since you have less opportunities to capture what you are looking for. When I shoot in digital I take more photos which gives you a little more confidence in getting the picture but at the end it takes longer to go through them, so you need to work harder in the selection process.
How much post production goes into your works?
Not too much. I enhance the colours a little bit but most of the light work is decided during the session.
What do you look for in your ideal muse?
I look for a person with something to tell by the way he or she moves, or just how they feel in front of the camera. I don’t care too much about beautiful subjects per se but I look for the beauty in the way they reveal their attitude and their persona.