"When I’m photographing, I’m seeking, I’m out there looking for a perfect photo, looking for a sentiment that I can take from a still image, trying to get satisfaction. And it’s there. It exists, I just have to find it. When I collage, I create, I make my own rules, I find my own fulfilment. So I think the collage becomes an extension of photography. The perfect photo in my head that I couldn’t find. And then of course, it grants me access to all the endless possibilities of composition.
It’s funny because once I open a photo digitally and start the post production there’s a fine line when the photo is still a photo and when it becomes a collage. And I find very interesting this space, where I still don’t know the use of the image."