Slow Return is an autobiographical project, driven by my need to find answers to a past influenced by fear and anxiety, fed by notions of intransience and impermanence. The need to take photographs arises spontaneously. I carry my camera with me everywhere. Then begins the approach to anonymous beings or bare and quiet places, where I feel more present the loneliness. Is an exploration of the moment, life, vitality, sexuality, sensuality, while still acknowledging our mortality. Above all, the sense of the moment, the ‘now’.