Forms of life in their diversity but also transitoriness-that's what I try to achieve with my photography, and this is what I want to freeze and preserved for me and others and also merge with a new way of being captured in a photo. The moments, which are each in their own way unique and completely unrepeatable are the biggest challenge that I want to keep and incorporate in the photographic story. I am fascinated by nature. The trees, the sky, the beauty of the water (in all its forms), the leaves-all of these are motives which are often found in my photos. I probably gone too far with all these "hymns to nature" (according to my good friend), but I can not help myself. As nature brings to me harmony in life and I also like to think that I create harmony in my photos by using nature in its fullness as a very frequent motive. On the other hand, imperfect streets, roofs that look like a huge patchwork, cemeteries, landfills, parts of the country that seems to be the very nature put on the margins- I accept all of this with certain amount of sadness but also hope because these places in their "ugliness "exists and " live" next to us (everything is anyway in the eye of the beholder: there's always two sides of the coin). I look at photography as a diary that I have started to keep not so long ago, but I'd definitely want to keep the rest of life, describing the good, great and not so good days.