I use my camera to define and shape a personal, intuitive response to the world around me. My photographic work is concerned with universal human themes – the passage of time, ageing, memory, absence and loss – but also the pleasure in noticing and recording the ordinary or the overlooked. Through my camera viewfinder I observe the daily and seasonal nuances which alter our domestic, rural and urban spaces. Whether taking my inspiration from life as it unfolds, or staging and manipulating my photographs, I seek to frame the mundane stuff of daily life in unexpected ways, creating fresh perspectives on the everyday and exploring the nature of serendipity, coincidence and connections.
An interest in alternative photography techniques has led to recent experiments with pinhole photography and the combination of digital technology and traditional salt printing and cyanotype processes.
In 2010 I graduated with distinction on the MA Photography course at de Montfort University, Leicester, and after many years based in Oxfordshire and London, have recently relocated to the far west of Cornwall. I am represented in the UK by Troika Editions and my work has been regularly featured in various exhibitions and publications in the UK. I am also a member of London Independent Photography and a contributing editor of their photography magazine fLIP
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