"I percieve the world as a sleepwalker. I take pictures about reality's ever appearing aesthetics, its everyday mysticism and stories of the subconscious looming behind it all. I consider solitude, separation, estrangement as important aesthetic notions." - I said back then. This was the first time I took pictures with a clearly defined aim. I had a very accurate image of what I wanted to see and express. It was a wonderful process of creation. Not exactly happy, rather careless. Someone said they were lyrical.
Exhibited at "FotóSOKK" - contemporary young photographers exhibition, 2009, Cella Septichora Pécs, Hungary.