As a political artist, I seek to use my photographic essays and installations to shed light on important humanitarian and social justice issues. My work starts with the recognition of objects or materials that have been discarded or ignored, much like how society often disregards the plight of marginalized groups.
In my photographic essays, I use the power of visual storytelling to capture the raw emotion and beauty of life, while also shedding light on the struggles of those who have been left behind by society. Through my lens, I seek to humanize these struggles and inspire empathy and action in the viewer.
Similarly, in my installations, I use discarded objects to create thought-provoking works that challenge the viewer's perceptions of society and its values. By bringing together different histories and juxtaposing them in new ways, I aim to create a visual critique of the status quo and inspire change.
I believe that art has the power to spark conversations, provoke thought, and inspire action. Whether it be through my photographic essays or installations, my work seeks to bring attention to the issues that matter most and inspire positive change in the world.