Paris is a city known for its glamour and romance, but there is also a sense of loneliness that permeates its streets. This loneliness can be seen in the solitary figures sitting on park benches, staring off into the distance. It can be found in the empty cafes and bars, where patrons sit alone with their thoughts. And it can be captured in the countless photos of the city, where people are often portrayed as isolated individuals, lost in their own worlds.
As a photographer, I have always been drawn to the theme of loneliness in my work. In Paris, I found countless opportunities to explore this theme, from the quiet corners of the Jardin des Tuileries to the bustling, yet impersonal, streets of the city. With my camera, I captured the subtle nuances of loneliness, the ways in which it can be expressed through body language, facial expressions, and the way people interact with their surroundings.
Through my photography, I sought to shed light on the feelings of isolation and disconnection that are often present in the city. My hope is that by bringing these moments to the forefront, I can inspire others to reflect on their own experiences of loneliness and to find solace in the shared humanity of those around them.