In the beginning I considered photography as the most personal medium to express my admiration for the beauty of nature.
For me, it’s more than just the art of using technology, but a lifetime investment on how to respond to what my soul longs for, which is being able to capture something far beyond what the eyes can see.
Started as a volunteer at Gede Pangrango National Park in West Java, I developed echo-tourism and educational programs. Later on in life, I studied at the Jakarta Art Institute or Institute Kesenian Jakarta (IKJ) and created a final project about Javan Hawk Eagle, leading me back to that same park.
Then I started to submerge myself in the professional scenes where I handled most of Indonesia’s most prominent movies as a still photographer.