I didn't know Felipe or his work at all until I was asked to pen those sentences, but really enjoyed it - not only the security booth series, with their typology aesthetic, but also his other projects. I think there are times when a typology works well, and times when they can be tedious - the security booths work really well for me, because they have this sense of surreality - the Tardises that I mentioned in my text. But Felipe's other projects prove that he has other tricks up his sleeve too, and isn't a one trick pony (sometimes it's good to mix metaphors). His website is well worth checking out.
After I wrote the intro for his work, by chance I bumped into Felipe in Paris. I was browsing around the tables at the Portfolio Review open night, and the security booths drew me across the room. It was great to be able to associate a smiley face with the pictures, the very best thing about attending photography festivals is putting faces to photography that you have fallen in love with, and discovering that behind great photography are normal, interesting, kind human