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I have always approached photography as a way to see what others have previously looked at. I have always been more interested in the scenographic reinterpretation of an image than not capturing a reality. Basically I have worked on photographic series, grouped by concepts, the idea prevailing over the usual photographic technique. Many times you have been images taken through image players, filtering the image from an image, and not the resulting image directly from the natural. I am the one who looks. Others simply seeing the image of the reflection. I have always found the process of developing photographs to be magical and seeing how the image is formed, at first blurry,  through the developer liquids in the trays. 

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