All of the work I do is in collaboration with others wherein my parts are to organise and do the documentation. I use the fact that I am a photographer as a tool to create that collaboration. I do not see how or why anyone could ever create a project alone. As I see it, there is no such thing as a one-man job. We need each other to do or make things. We need each others specialities in order to make a broader view and thereby better work. That’s my definition of ‘better’. We need combinations, differences, diversity, contrast and variation in order to create.
As long as I can remember I have been at school and from a young age I’ve had a problem with authority witch didn’t make school easy. My frustration continues about education systems appears in my work. I did a project with students at a school for practical education. I thought it was a good way of making a point about social inequity. Segregation didn’t happen by chance.
I enjoy searching out the boundaries to the rules of documentary photography for as much that the photography is secondary and the collaboration is primary.