Photo-documentary 'Comfort Zone', 2013



Photo documentary project invites to witness intimate portrayal of the human condition, captured at the intersection of public and private realms. It delves into the complexities of human vulnerability and the performative nature of public space. Images seek to destabilize the conventional hierarchy of observer and observed, implicating us, the viewers, in a complex web of voyeurism and exhibitionism.


Photographs of beachgoers, absorbed in their personal moments of relaxation and oblivious to the gaze from above, evoke a sense of universality—each body, a singular narrative within the collective human experience.  They engage in a dialogue invoking the tradition of the tableau vivant, where each figure, though unstaged, becomes an actor in a larger human drama