Eduard Sánchez Ribot is a still-life photographer born in a small town in Catalonia, but now based between Barcelona and Paris. After graduating as a multimedia engineer, he decided to quit his profession to investigate photography and learn about it in a self-taught way. His most personal work attempts to depict his inner self while capturing the simplicity and uniqueness of small everyday moments. Somehow, looking for answers through the sight helps him to understand who he is. By looking at photography in a deep, delicate and also intense way, he creates orderly compositions that give him peace of mind.
In what ways does nature inspire or inform your work?
I grew up in a village and have always been surrounded by nature in some way. This inspires me a lot and it also connects me to where I come from. I always try to describe who I am and the tiny daily moments of nature that I have closer to me.
What does it mean to you to be part of a thriving ecosystem?
It’s like from the macro to the micro and vice versa, everything is connected and everything is the same in some way; it’s a connection that makes and breaks us. We have to take care of ourselves in order to take care of our planet.