This small selection, which I titled 'DETACH', was shot whilst having an extreme crisis; I hated all my previous photographic work and was confused whether I was a commercial photographer or an autonomous one. What I really realised was that I was more busy with óthers were thinking of my work (and me as an artist), which caused me to not enjoy photography anymore. This trip made me realise that and enabled me to detach from the notion of how I wanted my work to look for others and instead focused on how I wanted work to look for mé. I mostly photographed non-human encounters, but treated the images with the same care, obsession and post-production while editing them. Sometimes it's small nonsensical collections like these, that mean the most in terms of your transition, and thus, as a person.