I work with black and white photography, mostly digital but also analogue. What I often focus on is the traces people leave behind in the form of objects, structures, buildings or the transformed landscape. My pictures are not documentary, but more personal reflections.
It is not the grand gestures or monuments that interest me, but the everyday imprints. All these marks people make in the world, which may have the illusion of being permanent, but which in time disappear into oblivion. I try to portray the beauty of decay, to see the moments of poetry in the impermanent.