My passion for photography started when I was 18. My girlfriend at the time was modelling, and my mother gave me her Olympus OM-10 to play with. I loved every bit of it.
I started developing Black & White film at home, turning my basement into a darkroom. A dark red light was all that was available, and then you’d experience the magic of the picture appearing on an Ilford paper, after proper exposure.
In more recent times, I gave up analog film and moved to a digital camera. I started shooting a little differently, concentrating on the message that some pictures could convey:
I’m currently shooting for an art book, named Passepartout. I went back to my original imprinting, exclusively shooting in Black & White. It’s about women in their intimacy.