“Photography Lies” is one of the best things that ever happened to me. When I started taking photos at Duke University my view of photography was very limited, however, in my head, seemed ultimate and complete.
This portfolio has been a journey of rediscovery, in which I decided to study what usually photography does not portray: the unreal.
This medium has always been seen as the most accurate way of representing what surrounds us, however, to expand my view of the field, I started wondering what would happened if I stopped portraying the “normal” reality. In order to do the I studied and learned new tequiques. Long and double exposures, together with crystal photography helped me deform our conception of normal and standardized. The is no continuum within the pictures, rather they are part of smaller project that have in common solely my objective of avoiding what is real.