Human Colors is a personal weaving of snapshots that respond to a quality that emerges every time I go out to take street photographs: meet urban vitality.
This vitality, perceived as a subjective, intimate and passionate game between my camera and the light, finds, through the photographs of this project, a romance of cosmopolitan chromatisms: between crystals, posters, concrete, steel and anonymous faces that appear and they hide without leaving a trace, in a constant evolution in public spaces. This vital pulsation, so intrinsic to the streets, is the umbilical cord of my work, the reason for its existence.
Human Colors flows like a kaleidoscope of snapshots that speak about common moments, of every day, that we all know about contemporary cities. However, these photos emerge as extraordinary, unique moments, scenes that come from the hand of a primal light, an unexpected shadow or an innocent gesture.