I used to go out alone, wandering in the streets, observing people; their movement, gestures, body language and relationships. I was curious about who they were, what they thought at the moment, who they loved and hated. Filled with an overwhelming need to understand human psyche. An endless river of questions rolling in my mind.
Years later, I discovered that the missing part in these explorations was “my camera”: the perfect tool to explore and get in touch with people’s lives; to satisfy my curiosity.
Coming from a psychological counseling background, to me, photography is kind of a “Psychological/Sociological Research”. However, unlike scientific research, it is highly subjective and unstructured; depending more or less on your hunch. Still, very much related to the urge to know more, understand more.
In the pursuit of a never ending curiosity, I follow rivers.