"In film photography, the impression left by the light of a subject on a sensitive surface involves the notion of "chemical reaction", which is between photosensitive components and light, which allows a field of exploration of experimental and sensory order. The work of this process highlights the importance of the materiality of the image, its composition and its process of transformation. In this process, the slowness, the unforeseen and the notion of ritual are very important parameters, which give way to elsewhere. It is often from mental images that I compose my photographs. The double exposure, often used in my work, allows me to intertwine elements of realities through my feelings that dissolve into each other, using reports of light. Each experience remains anchored in the moment, uncertain of the final result but guided by the process. "