Passionate since childhood about image in general, I'm still today driven by passion.  
We all had a trigger in life, an event, a photography, a book, a painting, a meeting which gave us "a turn" so to speak. In 2004, when I saw the book "The End" from Michael Dweck, I felt in love with the story Dweck portrayed.
"The End" depicted a nostalgic story about Montauk, surf, summer and youth, which blended idealism  to reflect a place and a way of life fading.
That was my turn.
Since then, I understood that photography needs to tell a story, and I'm trying to tell mine.