I was attracted to it [the office life] because it’s such an ordinary subject and hardly anyone had ever photographed office life. We couldn’t find any photos. So it was considered a nothing subject. The subject with zero importance to photographers, writers, filmmakers must be interesting, because it’s part of our lives.
I am interested in things that are often hidden or neglected, or considered unworthy of being photographed. I am also interested in living up things that have been photographed. As a story teller I am interested in both public and private issues and by showing aspects of both in my work it seems that I am looking both inward and outward – this is quite an interesting thing to do.