Self Portraits & Other Scenes is a fragmented photographic diary made after a period of becoming disillusioned with tightly restricted photographic projects.
Rather than focusing on one subject or theme, these images have a loose, associative relationship with no set chronological or thematic order. They present a bid for freedom and propose a deliberate departure from the descriptive. The mix of different techniques (from wet plate collodion to smartphone) reflect a newfound instinctive approach, whether at the moment of capture or through the developing and selection process.
The publication (200 numbered and signed copies) is entirely hand finished with 8 tipped-in images; it is furthermore accompanied by a signed print (12 x 16,5 cm)