I am a biologist by formation and a photographer by passion. My photography is about the art created by water. Water is everywhere. Water possesses no specific shape or color by itself, but is formed by the physical forms and forces surrounding it. Water can take an unlimited number of shapes and colors.
The small shapes and colors arising at the shore are generally imperceptible for the human eye. My photography is a take to water photography, intending to visualize the sculptural and graphical art created by those small, inconspicuous natural phenomena which often pass unperceived.
And it is each time a new surprise to me when looking to a new picture taken and detecting a new artwork created by Nature. The intention of my photography is to mediate the beauty of this sculptural and graphical art to the beholder.
The curiosity and focus on detail that helped me to be a researcher also led me to detect the beauty of these minute water worlds. Since I was a student, I engaged in close-up and macro photography of still motifs. The experience I gained from these exercises helped me to engage in close-up and macro photography of quickly moving water phenomena – a technique I continuously strive to refine.