When I first became interested in photography several years ago, I was focused exclusively on landscapes. I then saw photography as a hobby that could push me to reconnect with nature and discover the beauty of places that were unknown to me, but I didn't care to photograph people. Thus years have passed and as I went on my travels I met people whose way of life, faces or background inspired me. But I didn’t

I never imagined how hard it would be to extract something coherent from the 100,000 photos of my last trip. I naively thought I could catalogue, sort and develop all this in a month, two at most. I've been on it for almost 5 months now and I'm just starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. When I left. I didn't have any goal, just a vague idea of what I wanted: