Scenes of the microcosm we call family
Zero Ten project is a personal diary, an experiential approach to my children’s growing-up through their first decade of life, while at the same time it reveals the decennial photographic evolution of my perspective during this decade.
The common scenes of my daily family life become a source of inspiration. It compels me to create a dynamic reference to a dreamy and ambiguous children’s world, through the dual perspective of the observer photographer/ father.
My means of expression remain purely photographic. I only care to create a series of pictures avoiding any commentary on my family life. My point of view simultaneously reinforces and highlights the ideological approach to this subject and a critical introspection of the childhood environment that make the viewer an active participant.