We see this world differently and photography gives one a surreal opportunity to invite others into our imaginative inner space. The still image of digital or chemical nature becomes irrevocably human when observed, perceived, and reflected in one’s consciousness. Whereas the making process absorbs the most personal of the creator- photographer. Imprinting experience with the spontaneity of the moment. 
Nature grants us the perfect combination of colours, textures and scale. Carpets of the green grass with accent red of wild flowers, or the blue sky turned down to the pastel hue by feather clouds surrounded by sun-dried golden oat fields, the beauty of every person and every dynamic change of one. Therefore, speaking about the “ARCHItextures of the Humaine”, I emphasize seeking answers, in all respects, through and through imagery exhibited and finding answers in the collision, juxtaposition between the organic and the artifice. Thus, one of the unanimous decisions we all came up to was to exhibit architectural artificial geometries alongside its users.
I recall my first photographic experience at the age of eight. At eleven, I started to use my own compact digital camera everywhere I could. Over the span of 10 years, it transformed from an infantile trial into a life need, with instilled mindfulness. 
In the 19th century, many denied photography as a fine art due to its solely technical nature. A never-ending debate gets an anticipated revival today as the medium becomes easily accessible and simplified in its use. So far, so many decades passed, people of today live in a visual ever-growing vortex. An image, tells a thousand words; and every day, we scroll through and gaze on a thousand of such images. With a conscious understanding of the whole privilege to stop the moment, we are able to reflect on life. Images can thus serve as physiological observations, dejavus that make us utterly aware of what we felt, seen, said, what we looked like and looked at. The unpredictable uncanny state it brings us to has its oftentimes-underrated mental consequences. The craft of photography loops around the substantial and intangible worlds we live in. Consequently, the tremendous impact is undeniable. In crafts, as well as beyond, purpose and mindfulness of act in making a specific process a fine art.
We see this world differently and photography gives one a surreal opportunity to invite others into our imaginative inner space. The still image of digital or chemical nature becomes irrevocably human when observed, perceived, and reflected in one’s consciousness. Whereas the making process absorbs the most personal of the creator- photographer. Imprinting experience with the spontaneity of the moment. 
Nature grants us the perfect combination of colours, textures and scale. Carpets of the green grass with accent red of wild flowers, or the blue sky turned down to the pastel hue by feather clouds surrounded by sun-dried golden oat fields, the beauty of every person and every dynamic change of one. Therefore, speaking about the “ARCHItextures of the Humaine”, I emphasize seeking answers, in all respects, through and through imagery exhibited and finding answers in the collision, juxtaposition between the organic and the artifice. Thus, one of the unanimous decisions we all came up to was to exhibit architectural artificial geometries alongside its users.
We see this world differently and photography gives one a surreal opportunity to invite others into our imaginative inner space. The still image of digital or chemical nature becomes irrevocably human when observed, perceived, and reflected in one’s consciousness. Whereas the making process absorbs the most personal of the creator- photographer. Imprinting experience with the spontaneity of the moment. 
Nature grants us the perfect combination of colours, textures and scale. Carpets of the green grass with accent red of wild flowers, or the blue sky turned down to the pastel hue by feather clouds surrounded by sun-dried golden oat fields, the beauty of every person and every dynamic change of one. Therefore, speaking about the “ARCHItextures of the Humaine”, I emphasize seeking answers, in all respects, through and through imagery exhibited and finding answers in the collision, juxtaposition between the organic and the artifice. Thus, one of the unanimous decisions we all came up to was to exhibit architectural artificial geometries alongside its users.
An opportunity to find the artistic self-transformation in the city of Florence came with an invitation to create a photographic exhibition. Interlinked with the historiographical aura of the Chiesa Santa Verdiana where it took place, the core idea, drawing from the women eye, was not a coincidence, but a pinnacle of dimensions.