Inspired by the microscopic world during my scientific work, I learned to favour unusual views. I don't use the camera for documenting the world but I use it as a tool (and a toy) to create an image like the brush for a painter. The resulting image is an abstraction of reality, a composition of structure and colour and a hybrid between an "ordinary" photograph and a painting. Always aiming at abstraction and combining my strong attraction by structures, composition and details, my images are displaying either nature’s or architectural details or experimental abstracts. To reinforce abstraction, I sometimes convert the image to the negative form while guarding the natural colours, leaving the observer uncertain about the image being photograph or painting – or "something in between". However, no further digital image processing has been used.