London is one of the largest cities in the developed World in terms of its built-up area. From statistics, in July 2010 Greater London had an official population of 7,825,200, making it the most populous municipality in Europe.

Unable to recognize my presence as habitant in London I used photography to frame the environment. Only like this, making it recognizable through images, I could read the landscape I was part of and so, understand it.

Through photography, exploiting a certain superficial appealing aesthetic to engage the viewer, the aim is to offer a deep reflection on the images, their multiple meanings and representations.

Plants and buildings form a dialogue, an exchange and mutual coexistence in the space. The subjects share a similarity in their concept of being; the images are constructed as representation of a planned-constructed-controlled environment.

City Views presents a personal reading of London showing parts of its urban identity playing with a layered reality in continuous incessant growth, highlighting the relationship between habitants and the proportions of its men constructed landscape.