I see myself as a social documentary/street photographer.
I love making images that occur in an uncertain environment. They have an energy that is often lacking in planned images. When I photograph I remain open to the universe and to chance. A type of photographic improvisation.
I guess I’m commenting on my experience of the world, much like a photojournalist. You have to see and feel moments. You also have to love people, and have an empathy for your subject. This gives me a great feeling of responsibility when documenting with my camera.
My personal viewpoint and when I click the shutter creates my style. It's not about postwork or any kind of aesthetic styling. “Form follows Function.” But I do like to use wide lenses and get close.
“The Maori Jesus”. 2011. Image shot on a Pentax MX on Ilford Delta 100, 35mm Black & White film.