Tell us about a recent photography series you’ve worked on and what you wanted to achieve?
I have a photography series entitled Prism, where I tried to abstract the context to create geometric shapes and bring out the colours to create simple and original compositions. My series Ain’t Got No Troubles is focused on architecture details, residential buildings in particular. I tried to capture a world where nothing will happen. It’s all about freedom and invincibility.
Colour palette is very important to your shots, how do you avoid repetitiveness?
To me the key is curiosity. It’s like I play a game when I go out shooting. To take better photographs I practice a lot and the more I take pictures, the more I learn about the composition, the light and colours. I believe that the experience gained from my work makes me avoid repetitiveness.