Photo books

During my studies, I made about ten photo books with my own photographs. To me it is the best way to show a work. I like to build an intimate relationship between the book and its viewer.

I finished my Master in Photography in June 2014 ( National Graduate School of Photography (ENSP) Arles, France). Then, I moved in London to do a part-time internship in a publisher called Allotrope Press; (http://www.allotropepress.com/).
During my internship, I will be visually documenting the 491 Gallery spaces based in Leytonstone. The eccentric spaces that have organically formed from over a decade within this off-the-grid community will become a catalogue of imagery and intimacy relating to space.
I will also work with a young Japanese artist, Yuki Nishimura, who is in his BA Fine Art at Goldsmiths. We will be working together to create a bookwork that attempts to distill his desire to become a piece of furniture. The challenge is to trap the audience in between the pages,
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