Photography is my way to discover the life we live – the constantly changing life, which more often leaves questions rather than gives answers. In my mise-en-scene based photography I call the scenery in front of my camera as a memory of a stage. I build every image carefully by combining the past and present, fact and fiction.
The main intention behind the images is to reconstruct life experiences from my perspective. Many of the represented subjects reflect family relationships. I stage a mother and daughter close to each other, a son and a nanny to share the bread. As a visual inspiration and art historical reference I address to the French painters from the time of impressionism. I borrow themes and colours especially from Claude Monet and Edgar Degas.