MISSING SQUARES
Photographs offer a glimpse into a certain point in time and space, bringing about infinite possible interpretations in the eye of the beholder.

Missing Squares expresses that reality is not unique but invented. The concealed truth can only be refabricated through ambiguous imagination, not an established unanimous vérité.
Black and white photo of a young man running up a slightly slanted wall.
DAILY DOSE OF LIFE
Black and white photo of a young woman wearing a shawl, looking down.
Black and white photo of a large mural of a woman sitting in a chair, in Istanbul, Turkey.
Black and white photo of a young woman dancing on the sidewalk.
Black and white photo of a young couple sitting in a waiting area in the airport.
Black and white photo of the back of the left hand of a young woman held in front of the lens, covering half of the face of the young man standing further away looking at the lens.
In my day to day life, I treat my camera as an extension of my body, relying on it to find a more tangible and truthful connection between the subject and its surrounding environment in every fleeting moment.
Black and white photo of a young woman setting the table for dinner.
Black and white photo of a young man sitting at a table in a cafe, looking towards the lens.
Black and white photo of woman looking at coffins covered with palls in a church
Black and white photo of a young man leaning forward against the balcony railings and looking down onto the street.
I’m a musician, photographer and fiber artist based in Tallinn, Estonia. Alongside my love for shooting film, I sometimes blend the medium of needlework with vintage printed photos, representing my thread-essence perspective of memories, objects, and people.