A young plastic surgeon turned photographer or the other way around, I seem to have forgotten. I was introduced to photography several years ago. My first serious image was taken in the west coast. I photographed a pile of rocks on the beach, inert, immobile, lifeless rocks. Ever since my first exposure to it I developed an affliction yet to be named but it's main symptoms include but are not limited to an obsessive fixation on the details that light can create when reflected. Over the years I continued to photograph architecture and still life. Several years later and after having evolved in technique and concepts, I turned to photographing living things.
Since I've always been interested in the human body both in form and function, I decided to explore nude photography. I dig into nude and erotic photography to understand the visual pleasure it can create.
I'm very respectful of a model's limits and my erotic images are always soft, but I'm always interested in the shock value of an image.
I like to work for trade and pay models for specific projetcs.
If interested in my non-human form portfolio or collaborating, contact me.
I worship Helmut Newton to the point of living in Berlin to understand him.
I follow Terry Richardson for his cynicism.
I admire Man Ray for his secrecy.
I respect Gustave Courbet for his courage.
.... and love Taryn Simon for her photographic inquiries, concepts and this quote: