Monday, July 30, 2012
Within my cinematographic work, movement is a key element for narrative and visual development; achieving a frame in motion from the image.
Beyond an unorthodox narrative and aesthetic, my work focuses on experimenting new visual sensations through a conflict; reflecting a world of emotions that can be both very near reality and on the side of the nonexistent, creating a parallel universe in which the palpable and the desired become possible at the same time.
Throughout my career, I have discovered the need to incorporate into my images and script messages that promote social consciousness. As a humanist, I am passionate about the idea of being part of the change; it is for that reason that within my artistic production, I find it valid and valuable to present social issues, along with fictional stories, that the spectator can identify with as a human being, but that also present a new realm of sensations that we can be a part of as well.
My needs go beyond the simple act of creating. In order to create, you need motivations, convictions, feelings, urges. In order to create you must be. I am my creations; they are what dwells in me.