I strongly believe in the hidden aesthetics of all things, both in nature and, especially, in human-made things. This aesthetic is different from the superficial one which we experience at the first glance.

We build all these tiny artificial islands of civilization around us, consisting of social rules and synthetic environments. But no matter how beautiful or how depressing this environment may appear, we develop an individual relationship with it. We find our very own aesthetic view of things to make life worth living. The perception of this aesthetic is encrypted and very personal. I think that photography is an appropriate tool to catch a glimpse of this personal perception, able to decipher the aesthetics hidden therein. The camera allows a brief insight into a world that was initially hidden to us. This helps us to understand that the perception and way of life of others may differ from ours, but it is never less important than ours. It can’t be trash!