This means that the visions created from both my eyes do not converge into one single image.
In simple words I see everything double.
The result is a distorted image : two images that overlap with an error of 7 degrees, thus creating a very confused reality.
Photography is, in the majority of cases, a monocular vision, therefore I see the world as “normal” only through the lens of a camera.
Some of my images tend to recreate the world as I see it, even enhancing this distortion.
I have been working for many years exploring multiple-exposure on a single frame, creating images that contain a large quantity of distortions, errors, shadows and spots allowing my medium to surprise me.
I have been taking photos since I was 10 years old and I really photographed many things....
Portraits though remain my real pleasure....