We are small. Tiny. Almost invisible. Depending on the scale.
In a world where we lost our sense of proportions and became conflicting and destructive giants, Nature is putting us in our place, often by catastrophic events, but also in this most peaceful way: by subtly blending us in.
It’s a concept that imposed itself to me for almost ten years since I’m taking pictures of people in majestic natural contexts. By the scale I’ve chosen, it aims to be a rather optimistic approach. It’s a scale that still allows us to be seen, while proving our lack of importance in a context that is not of our making, which therefore we cannot really tame.
This is how Tiny became the registrar of this particular lesson of modesty from which, I believe, we all have something to learn.
Tiny received a nomination in Fine Art at the 11th Black and White Spider Awards, in 2016.