An intangible presence. That’s what I try to capture every time I press the shutter release. I connect with this presence specially when I’m walking in nature with my camera, or simply meditating under a tree. I believe trees are majestic beings, so nobles that they have given us all we need since the dawn of mankind.
To me each photo is a portrait, a portrait of this intangible presence that takes me beyond the feelings of every day life. I look for texture, the play of shadows and highlights. Some times I let time pass and let it create by my side, letting water flow, wind blow and clouds fly. Other times I use two or more exposures to create a unique landscape that only exists in the ethereal realm of my mind. The combination of all this elements summarize my work as a photographer.