I photograph with all my ideology

What I want is the people to remember the moments, emotions, connections I photograph. I don’t want people to look at them and appreciate the light and the palate of tones. I want them to look inside and see what the pictures represent, and the kind of people I photograph.

“It’s not the photographer who makes the picture but the person being photographed.”

The picture is not made by the photographer, the picture is more good or less good in function of the relationship that you have with the people you photograph.


There are moments that you suffer a lot, moments you won’t photograph. There are some people you like better than others. But you give, you receive, you cherish, you are there. When you are really there, you know when you see the picture later what you are seeing.


When we share our memories with loved ones, they strengthen the bond between us, and result in much better relationships. After all, emotions are the same no matter who you are or where you live.

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