My photographic process entails the solitary exploration of unnoticed, out-of-the-way places. I experiment with limited light and color to encapsulate feelings of being adrift, studying a peacefulness within myself that is tainted by a background sense of disquiet.
I want the viewer to see the simple beauty of unremarked places, feeling the stillness and, perhaps, the unease.
Whilst seeking out these locations I am also drawn to the natural world on a macro scale, creating visually simple but absorbing images through high contrast tones and muted colours. I use contrast to amplify the subject through light and form, playing with depth to focus on precise elements, leaving much to the imagination of the viewer.