My work revolves around queer experience and is rooted in writings of gender studies. Reading
Preciado, Feinberg and Wittig and seeing the work of artists such as Claude Cahun,
Mapplethorpe, and Catherine Opie has been a huge influence on my practice.
My images explore notions of gender, performance, relationship, in a raw and intimate way.
I'm especially interested in the representation of queer people throughout western history. How
have they been represented or self represented, how have their body been depicted, how did they
occupy space? The use of visual metaphors in painting, photography and images in general, have
always fascinated me.
Being part of the queer community myself, I take photos of people around me. Photography
appears to me as a mean to explore individual and collective identity.