Considering themes of place, perception and time, my work explores the aesthetic relationships between light, shadow, colour and form as well as our own relationships with nature, the landscape and the world around us. Made using a variety of alternative techniques, these are personal interpretations rather than literal depictions of what I see.
Working primarily on longer projects and series affords me the creative freedom to express concepts in ways not always possible with just a single frame. This slower pace of craft has led to my interest in how sequences of images can interweave, reflect and support each other.
In recent years I have become intrigued by the notion that the viewer is the finishing part of any work. I like to think that a piece isn't truly complete until experienced by the individual.