His portraits are the result of a so called psycho-hydraulic reflex: the more he is pressed for time, the bigger his motivation to find something new.
He provokes hazard without surrendering to coincidence at any time.
In search of the iconic picture he allowes himself the largest doubts when making descisions.
His portraits are subject to truth not only in photography: the fleeting nature of the moment.
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