I started as a landscape photographer. Initially with single images, moving progressively to photograph broader areas (such as a travel log of Sri Lanka or a project on Madrid’s Sierra in Central Spain). Now, I am mostly into themed series. What is shown in this section constitutes mostly a historic record.
Many of those images are conventional and naive, but I find them also honest and relevant. They are the reflection of what an amateur local camera club photographer would like and do. They are a closed chapter but also what I was. I am still compelled from time to time to photograph seascapes and woods, two personal obsessions. And winter.
The two areas where I continuously add and work actively are industrial landscape, and what I call human print, essentially places that have been abandoned, sometimes recently, more often a long time ago. These two, which loosely fit together, may translate into a publication or an exhibit in the future.
Nowadays my landscape work is a component of larger documentary projects, albeit a very important part of them. For instance, in ‘Imperfect’, my latest project, landscape images play a significant role.