Photography is the stamp of an irreversible event framed in time.
One “shoots” a subject turning it into a lifeless object. Life’s permanent change turned into the permanence of death.
Yet this permanence can be as fascinating and intriguing as that of a painting.
Because most of the time there are no models posing but constant movement, it is precisely the freezing of the movement that gives it a different quality.
I am asked often enough why I do not shoot in black and white.
Even though in reality colour does not exist, I see the world as an energy of light.
It is a matter of perception.