My work is the outcome of exploration through different artistic disciplines: from photography, creative writing, experimental theatre and butoh dance to installations, set design and art direction.

Surrealism attracts me both formally and conceptually because of the dialogue it forges with the least known facets of human beings, building bridges between the conscious and the subconscious. I am also interested in psychology and its relationship to artistic expression because it allows us to peek inside ourselves in order to deconstruct convictions and realities.

My visual language is filled with symbols and archetypes. To create these images, I start with myself in order to encompass something broader, in communion with everything that makes us human.

Each of my works springs from a question and leads to another one. I am more interested in questions than answers, because they keep up my curiosity about everyday things. I hope my works inspire new questions or open new spaces in spectators.