In my work I examine issues of transformations and identity.

Having survived a major tumor and numerous surgeries, I sometimes look at myself trying to define where I end and “the other” starts. The radical life-saving surgeries I underwent when a life-threatening tumor was growing inside me were a liminal experience.
I am sensitive to the internal and external, physical and psychological factors influencing the spectrum of my transformations, my feeling of (in)security and therefore my identity as a person. 
I use self-portraits to find my own core in my surroundings. I treat my photography as a record for analysis to expose the subconscious contained within my body. I photograph myself in moments when I feel that my core and integrity have been (metaphorically) agitated.
I am mainly focused on the presentation of crucial relationships between me and other people and objects that influence my being, boundaries and transformations.