I photograph what catches my eye. I am intrigued by the interplay between planes, depth, perspective, scale, colour, regularity, and irregularity.
Meaning is not necessarily given by the context of the image. Is it a close up or a horizon? What is this? Visual ambiguity intrigues and excites me, and allows people to find their own reading of an image.
Simplicity is important. Often, in order for an image to breathe, less is more. I am often asked what an image is - I want people to respond to what’s there, and I am always interested to hear what they see.
To see requires an openness and readiness to stop. I hope you enjoy these images.