My photographic works are moving images and are created without digital processing. I consciously use blurring, crossfading and shaking as a stylistic device to take the viewer's perception out of the usual reality of photography and open up new perspectives for him.
I call it "painting with the camera". The motifs are created from my movements, since I don't place the camera on a tripod, but guide it through my body movements during the exposure time, as if I were holding a brush. Through the use of my body and a long exposure, the exposed scene gets into rhythmic vibrations that give the impression of dancing. The contours dissolve and the pictures appear as if they were painted. This type of photography is extremely fascinating, since each motif is unique and, unlike in conventional photography, cannot be reproduced.