In May 2009, I began the “Confused Moments” project, an introspective work linked to the loss of my father some thirteen years earlier. I photograph young people who have also lost their fathers. These meetings join in time my attempt to take their portrait and the attitude of their state of mind when faced with this common experience. I associate the image with a place representative of an important memory and the words retained are from previous conversations, lively, amazing and intense exchanges where the intimate becomes an obvious fact. Words and memories are free and each of these meetings brings about a different and often new vision of the loss, allowing us to think differently. These diptychs are evolving. They allow the person to appear, as I wanted to see that person at a given moment in time.