The Good Side （Editions Bessard , 2020)
The world is full of uncertain things.
All the things that surround me.
And what lies at the end of my journey.
Even my photography.
What it captures is filled with unknowns.
Only the faint impression of “moments” is left behind.
As time passes, these memories grow uncertain.
These records of our honeymoon
are also tangible “moments” enclosed in photographs,
slowly dissolving into vague memories.
Where is it that we are going?
I can see the destination, but I don’t yet see the purpose.
I guess that’s fine.
We travel, because we don’t know what lies ahead.
We just need to go somewhere that’s different from here.
Somewhere that’s not now.
Certainty is not to be found anywhere.
That’s why I can only live in the present.
That’s why I take photographs, in hopes that this moment will go on.