One day life gives you, and the other day takes all back.. almost everything is gone, the apartment, the studio, all the cameras, computers, all the equipment, hard drives with archives for 25 years, personal things.
The fire was devastating, this remained from all my work equipment. All medium format digital cameras, Phase One digital backs, all Canons, all lenses, laptops, hard drives,.. studio equipment., especially my favourite Mamiya was with me for years side by side by almost all my major projects .
The pandemy has not made my life easier for the last 2 years, nevertheless I continued my projects as best I could, this difficult situation open many questions as to why some things happen. How the pain and sadness moves you forward . I believe in the light at the end of the tunnel, I believe that it will perhaps make me even stronger and in time I will get on my feet back again and I will keep the desire to create and will find new energy for new projects. it's just an miracle that I didn't sleep in the apartment during the fire, neither I, nor the dog, nor the cat, nor anyone, maybe I would suffocate and get burned, and everyone. Nothing happened to anyone, I was not the first or last to burn out due to an overheated adapter and a short circuit in the plugin. I take it as luck in misfortune , and looking forward to life, with humility, to new challenges.
Thank You for all your support.