The photographs were taken in near darkness, with long shutter speeds, or from virtually impossible angles. The only thing I allowed myself was to let go of what I knew, to switch off my thoughts, and to surrender to my intuition.
I followed, with all my senses, the sparse daylight as it steadily crept across the numerous objects in the studio. Searching for that singular perspective, that sole moment in which the object is exposed by the reflected light. I captured inspiration in this studio. An ode to the muse.
By not exerting control over the world, I sets myself the challenge of seeking out the surprise, the unexpected.
You don't have to travel the world, you can find it in your neighborhood