When rationality, repetition and predictability of events become too boring and heavy for me, I take long night walks in nature or in small silent villages. With the desire to derealize what surrounds me, I move the light, remain in the silhouettes and in the shadows, I create a place, erase another, I capture or shape strange characters and creatures. By transforming landscapes and nocturnal scenes into abstract, dreamy, and mysterious images with a mystical atmosphere and ambiguous content, I try to build a subjective narrative about the magic of the unknown and hidden behind the obvious. In these moments, photography is like a drug that enables me to reach a kind of hallucinatory experience in which various art movements that have marked me - surrealism, tonalism and pictorialism - take over.