Traces are my photographic subject. I'm interested in the subtle esthetics of daily life's relics, which in one way or another reflect the condition of our world. Much like an archeologist, I search for my subjects in urban and industrial spaces. I see authentic beauty in the patched, the overlooked, the forgotten, drawing parallels from the gradual disappearance of motifs to my own existence.
My found objects are fragments and pieces that are nonrepresentational, but that call to mind memories, associations, and narratives. As a distillation of life lived, the works raise the question of what remains of us and of the world as we know it. [more]