In my work, I follow the lives of others as well as mine. I'm interested in people's stories and memories. I am fascinated by the way those fragments of life can be so similar yet so individual. I approach my work as a travel journal which traverses the space between documented and imagined realities and between varying timelines.
My photographs revolve around the mundane; Family photos, domestic spaces, still life, local and foreign landscapes. I'm inspired by some of the great photographers of ordinary life whose works document prosaic and seemingly unimportant moments from their immediate surroundings and employ "imperfect" or "incorrect" techniques (Maya Anner, from the text for the catalogue of "Composed").
The series of works is part of the exhibition "composed", Curator: Maya Anner, Vitrina Gallery HIT Faculty of Design, January 2018.