I have always focused on portraying photography is its purest form, concentrating on the following themes; perception, time, space and light, truth and currently – place.

Throughout my undergraduate works I explored stripping back the detail from a photograph, and leaving the viewer with their subconscious assumptions. In my post-graduate studies I limited my materials to merely white paper, natural and tungsten light, to create images that resembled landscapes. This exploration developed into an interest of the role photography plays in the perception of space and a new concept of Heterotopia derived from Michel Foucault which continues as a theme throughout my works.