top of page

Living in a World where faces can be enhanced, swapped, aged and captured in any given moment, I wanted to portray people while avoiding personal recognition. I study the relationship between body and scenery without the heavy luggage of a person's identity. The humans I photograph are conceived as a piece of context rather than as sole individuals. The identity distortion may happen with an object, digital edits, physical intervention or mere lights and angles. All images have been shot with 35 mm film for a detachment practice, as we cannot make instant judgements or feedback for a picture that we have not yet seen.

Made in collaboration with
Christian Kruger, Camila Rodríguez,
María Ramírez Echavarría, Andrea Wingartz, Amy Papworth,
Majo Hernández







bottom of page