Whether we want it or not, every photograph is a memory. Not only a memory of the things, places or people represented, but also a memory of who we were when we pressed the shutter button -a memory of how we looked at the world, before. I think I started "photography" after a bad breakup; I realized that the feeling of loneliness made the physical world around change, shapes and colors. Things that were soft or neutral became sharper, threatening. I understood they would keep evolving with time, so I decided to record the evolution. This is probably why, at the beach, I never photograph the sea, wide angle, full frame. It is one of the places in the world that means life, balance, and stillness, whatever is in my mind. No evolution there.