My grandfather’s paintings filled my youth with abstract forms and primary colors.
Years after his death, I began to take my photographic hobby more serious – finding
out that the closer I got to my signature, my eye in the world, the more abstract
my compositions became. As if his paintings are reborn in daily, insignificant details.

I am influenced by street photography, structures, and patterns in everyday life,
but most of all, by a minimalistic approach to the forms that surround us, yearning
to re-imagine them in a framework of abstraction.

Capturing those forms with my phone has become a second nature, as it is the one
item I nearly always carry with me.