We tend to think of photographs as solid objects, captured slices of time, but this only reflects a very particular state of being. This is how we see photographs when we see from a personal point of view. When we believe ourselves to be concrete subjects we tend to perceive the world as a series of concrete objects. But what if we leave all that aside for a moment? What are we really seeing when we cease interpreting, analysing, thinking? What is all this? What is there when we are seeing not with the eyes of time? Is it even possible? Or is it just another myth?

When I see my mind is silent and this is what I enjoy about making pictures. I don't care about the pictures in themselves, I love this particular experience, the absence of thoughts, the presence of no-mind. In other words I use photography as a disappearing tool.


To see is to lose oneself in the seeing.


The inner function of art is to reveal the timeless in us.


Creativity is not a doing, it is an alignment with the cosmic unfolding, in which there is no separate doer.


The person is real only when we forget that thought is unreal.


There are no things apart from thoughts, if you see things you are thinking.  


Images have no meaning in themselves, the mind projects meaning unto images, according to one's self-image.


Non-conceptual perception is the most natural, thinking is superimposed on top of it.


The photographer is a conceptual identity not an actual entity.


 The context is being, the content is everything.


Images are energy fields, the subtler the state of the consciousness that produces them, the subtler the vibration.


The narrative model of understanding and structuring images reflects the idea we have of ourselves as some thing born in time, a time-body.

Looking for meaning in images is like looking for water in a mirage.


Beauty is the end of thought.