Deep Sea Diving contemplates the fragility and vulnerability of photography and examines my deep connection to the medium. Through a series of coincidences and reconnection to previous work, I set out to create a body of work that was full of exploration and new possibilities. Somehow along the way the sea became a motif in the works, enabling me to diverse my art practice on a new trajectory that reconsiders my position as an artist. I majored in photography at art school, but never thought of myself as a photographer. I always questioned photography and interrogated the photographs that I took. Considering that the photographs were more like stand-ins or surrogates for other things, never for what they were.