The challenge for me is to manipulate light from a fresh and unexpected perspective using just my imagination and my chosen tool – the camera. Traditional landscape photography does not hold much fascination for me – I would much rather communicate through the less literal, to evoke an experience through movement and abstraction – so with that in mind I have been approaching the subject through the use of in-camera multiple exposure combined with camera movement. The images are meant to convey more of a feeling than a seeing. I enjoy the spontaneity of working this way – it produces an unpredictability and the chance to create something unique.
In 2012 I was awarded a Fellowship in Visual Art by the Royal Photographic Society.