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Satélite, Mexico City
Why do you take photos?
My interest in photography came from music. I remember looking at the album art of the British band The Horrors. For me, photography and music are related, I take photos thinking how will they look with a song in the background. Or I take them because I think they'll be a part of an unknown story, like an unmade film of the moments I've experienced. To make those moments live forever, in eternity.
”For me, photography and music are related, I take photos thinking how will they look with a song in the background.”
How often do you take photographs?
I always carry my camera to be prepared for the unexpected perfect moment. To look at the same places in a different ways.
This glitchy statue of David, created by experimenting with techniques to create the glitchy feeling of old televisions or bad signals, leaving the body altered and distorted. We print on matt paper to create a tactile, low key look and feel.