What moves the photographer is the desire to give vision and expression to his demons, passions and tensions through images. The photographer tries to do, with images, what the poet does with words. As the poet, he is not interested in describing reality, but he wishes to reach and penetrate the indefinable that lies hidden in the shadows.
Thus photography should not seek the evidence of reality. It should not have the purpose of reproducing reality. But it aims to the unknown, to the sublime hidden into the darkness. Trying to grasp and reveal the indefinable and the impulses of the unconscious.
Photography is the art of saying with light what of mysterious, intimate and secretly deep is enclosed in the shadows. Photography is, therefore, the art of giving vision to an emotion, evoking a mood, eternalizing a feeling.