"Since 2012, I have been working with abstract photography. This is a type of art photography depicting reality, changed to varying degrees. I was impressed with abstract expressionism and it played a role. I create my artwork using a photo and a graphic editor and subsequently print them on canvas. I am subconsciously capturing documentary pieces, when something coming from the material world resonates with my psycho. I often manipulate with reality, and I stop when I intuitively feel that the work is complete. I do not plan the result and do not know what will be in the end. This adds mystery and inspiration to the creative process. I find in my pictures similarities with existing symbols and things that attract to identification, reflection, and immersion. I prefer the abstract to the objective, because there is more creative freedom, more power for experiment. Art must amaze, but it amazes me that I have not seen before."