I am currently a Photography student doing my BA at UWE.
My interest in Photography is mostly aesthetical. I try to get shots that have some meaning behind the visuals. I enjoy the subliminal suggestions of images, which allow each individual to achieve their own personal interpretation of the image.
I am mostly into film, and I am a frivolous fan of plastic cameras. I like to experiment with the physical materials rather than using digital technology.
I do not aspire to become a commercial photographer. I like to think of my photography within a space, more into an installation form rather then in a magazine. All I want is to share moment
"The pornographic image has one job to do: to arouse for the purpose of eventual climax. It may do its job with artistry, but it does not aspire to the reach and interpretive openness of art. Pornography aims to eliminate distracting variables, such as complexity of character." (WALLACE, KEMP, BERNSTEIN, "Sex and Selection", p.15)
Whenever people see images of others in their intimacy, in the nude or in their fetishist daring moments, most of the viewers tend to think it is wrong to look at. It draws the viewer into the scene, involuntarily. We, as social human beings, are taught about this boundary that separates what should be public from