My photographic research focuses on humanity and the inherent invisibility of what defines our being, such as our ability to pursue truth, to practice science and to form beliefs. Paradoxically, I use the visual medium of photography to connect these opposites.

Being raised in a Christian family, the notion of the supernatural was never far away, and it still never is. On one hand, my life revolves around the notion of an invisible God, while on the other hand I have chosen a medium that ties me to only that what is visible. Photography for me is an ongoing search for the spiritual in everyday life.

In a time where we are easily alienated from one another by beliefs and convictions, I believe photography to be an antidote against our confirmation bias: a powerful tool to pursue dialogue and challenge our worldview.

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