When it comes to design photography, it is very important for me not to be present, to let the space do the talking, to clear the stage for those who designed the space.
For me, design photography requires modesty – letting only the space speak.
I care for the smallest details when it comes to design photography: the location of the “lines”, the movement in space, and the precision of frame structure.
It is important to me that the viewer will enter the space through photography. Meaning the photography will be his path into designed space.
Design photography is a type of “still life” – there are no people, but there are objects, there is artificial nature, natural nature, people behind the scenes. They were there.
In design photography, I, as the photographer am the mediator between the designer and the viewer.