The world is not a postcard. To see only that which is "pretty,"
is to see the world as a series of picture-perfect scenes. To see abstractly,
however, is to see a different kind of world; not a world of postcards,
but a world of hidden beauty, a beauty that is hidden in its details.
I photograph abstract landscapes. Wherever I look, I try to see beauty where others do not. I look for shapes and patterns and lines where others see only chaos. I try to isolate a detail and reveal its beauty to others, to call attention to beauty where none was thought to exist.
To be merely "pretty" is to make a statement, one that is clear and unambiguous. My photographs do not seek to make statements, but rather to engage the viewer in a dialogue, to make a conversation, to see in a new way.
Black-and-white is my medium of choice. I give you the shapes and lines now choose your own colors. I give you the unseen details now find the form and meaning in them. I give you a different view now go out and see for yourself.
Let the dialogue begin.
nuk ėshtė kartėpostale. Tė shohėsh vetėm atė qė ėshtė e "bukur",
ėshtė sikur ta shohėsh seri tė fotografive tė bukura. Por tė shohėsh botėn
nė mėnyrė abstrakte, ėshtė tė shohėsh njė botė krejt tjetėr; jo tanimė
njė botė sikur nė kartėpostale, por njė botė pėrplot bukuri tė fshehura,
bukuri e cila ėshtė e fshehur nė detajet e sajė.