The series "A Sense of Place” formed the content of my first published offset book and constitutes an intimate photographic account of my native island, seen through the oblique perspective of a street-life photographer. Looking at these photographs, the viewer might gain, at best, an emotional understanding of the place rather than a literal one. The images in the book form an anthology of random moments, selected from a limited spectrum of public places, events, religious fairs and beach resorts.
Since this is a personal exploration, many aspects of the social life have been ignored.
With my photographs, I seek to create a world that is fictional in spite of being made with the raw materials of reality.