Fetishism, the attribution of religious or mystical qualities to inanimate objects, known as fetishes.
A series of environmental images - work in progress.
A proposal to display several ambiguous images of plastic waste onto 48 sheet billboards in or near a retail area or busy high street to emphasis the dangers that unrecycled waste pose to ourselves as well as the natural environment.
‘Out of the loop’ portrays the link between local and global waste issues and the repercussions on the natural environment even in our own backyard.
A series of photos from two separate WOMAD festivals held in Wiltshire. Most of these photos focus on the children's parade which is traditionally held on the last day of the event.
The creation of impossible castles in the skies using a 1950s analogue camera with 120 roll film. All images were created in-camera.
An ongoing project which aims to show how much western values invade and are lauded above those of an indigenous society.
Images taken from a broadcast of Questiontime. Without words, video footage or context of debate, the expressions of any individual panelist and audience member create their own story and exaggerated feelings.
Compositions of objects contained within or framed by a window or sometimes reflected in the glass or plastic.
Pinhole photography – photography at its most basic and simplest providing a liberating opportunity to be free of technical considerations of aperture, exposure and lenses. This photography is partly instinctual as this is very much about visualising the object, person or scene in front of you, and only seeing the result when the film is finally processed with light leaks et al!
Monuments of necessity and practicality with animalistic charm.
Tasseography (also known as tasseomancy or tassology) is the art of divination through the reading of tea leaves, coffee deposits and wine sediment.
I crave for the places I haven't yet visited, the mountains of Patagonia, the Steppes of Mongolia, the desert valleys of Colorado. (A work in progress)
Fragmentation is a method that often appears in my work, using the camera not simply to record whatever is in front of me, but as a means to challenge our natural understanding of all things familiar whilst at the same time, challenging the notions of aesthetics.