Through my years of studying architecture I learnt how to feel the different textures and finishes of materials around me. The sense of touching the surfaces and reading into the histories, the capabilities and the possibilities of each material.
And as I began moving around the world I felt the urge to document the scenes and events that I'm experiencing. Thus I began to experiment with the way the lens capture a scene through emphasizing the tactile qualities of the natural and built environments. That was my textural investigation. Slowly, my eyes began to feel rather than merely see.