“In a way, I treat photography a lot like painting. When I digitally manipulate an image, when I frame and arrange it this or that way, I’m reconstructing it. I’m composing it just like I would do in a painting”
The Weaver Girl, tells the story of a woman sitting at her loom capable of producing everything she needs and wants. She weaves sunrise and sunset, the seasons of the year, the food she needs, and most of all she does it with great pleasure. Until one day she feels very alone and decides to weave a husband, however, this time her creation does not go as expected. In the end, she finds a solution and is able to restart her own story.