is a Tel-Aviv based photographer and has a Degree in Social Communication from the Universidad Católica Andrés Bello Caracas, Venezuela.
“When I work on a photograph I allow my thoughts to be besieged by fantasy. My intuition finds thus a limit that does not oppress it, a containment that does not prevent it from breathing. This allows me to make passion and strength coexist with clarity and subtlety. Fantasy imposes its own rhythm and poetry, the result being a balance that is as intense as it is bright, thanks to which the literal and obvious are present in a scenario that is also inhabited by non-explicit situations. In a world thus created, the clichés are there, latent and lurking, and I like to approach them as close as possible in order to, at the last moment, outwit and outrun them, leaving them behind.”
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