Having completed the last phase of my rehabilitation, I began a new life, in a new home. At the same time, I started my studies in photography. For two years, I photographed the place where I was living, the people who were visiting it, my parental home and the people from my family environment.
A painful process, as I had to create or redefine lost or damaged relationships. Relationships with other people and myself. Photography played a practical and therapeutic role: it helped me get closer to my people, talk to them again, feel them, make them feel me and create important moments with them. It contributed in rebuilding or creating intimate relationships that I never had or I had lost. This contact was an “inner luxury” to me and a guiding “inner light”.