Forest dreaming

A camera is there is there to capture a moment, it is a tool that should help you to interpret your vision. Not always did I had the feeling like recently that the camera became an extension of me to catch something within me.

My son has autism. Most of his symptoms deal with social interaction, restrictions in understanding communication (in particular non verbal communication), theory of mind, and very distinctive interests (like dinosaurs, trains and Lego). One particular symptom is his difficulty in prioritizing and picking up details. What he considers important will often not be of any significance to us. That can cause anxiety, fear, panic, enjoyment, and pleasure. His own world! A complex world hard to comprehend for us. My next series is my interpretation of this complexity, dealing with too many information.

Forest dreaming by Wouter Brandsma

Forest dreaming by Wouter Brandsma

Forest dreaming by Wouter Brandsma

Forest dreaming by Wouter Brandsma

Forest dreaming by Wouter Brandsma

Forest dreaming by Wouter Brandsma

Forest dreaming by Wouter Brandsma

Forest dreaming by Wouter Brandsma

Forest dreaming by Wouter Brandsma

Forest dreaming by Wouter Brandsma

All photographs by Wouter Brandsma

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