What I find most interesting is to capture a special and unique moment, sometimes found in facial expressions and postures, sometimes in distortions and blurring caused by the processes of photography. Images depicting moments of weakness or moments of power and transcendence. Powerful on one hand but vulnerable and fragile on the other.
The figure is placed in a vacuum, floating in mid-air or integrated into an unnatural environment, combined with objects based on images taken from the water world or other dimensions of nature.
The image is created by applying charcoal powder to paper using paintbrushes, a technique which enables me to fill large areas, thus, gradually working layer over layer of charcoal to form smooth tonal transitions and different textures. This allows for the figure to transform into an object of vivid details, bursting out of the flat paper as if it has come to life.