Just a little foreword, that is just a few thoughts crossing my mind.
A photographer’s condition is a privileged one. You approach a situation with a very special focus. It’s the quality of such focus that changes and creates the involvement that only the act of photographing can generate. The photographer can feel it as well as the subject being photographed (who’s certainly conditioned by it). This is how a unique form of relationship is born, one that can’t be found in any other field. Personally, I love this aspect, and every time I get caught in it I always end up astounded.
I was born in 1982, in September.
About all the rest, I’m still thinking.