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My practice focuses on creating visually striking views of the future for the viewer to interpret in their own personal way. I use both analogue and digital experimental photography to distort landscapes and structures around me into surreal, dynamic images that impose upon the viewer and challenge them to reflect on the meanings behind the image. I often merge both film photography and digital post processing to create my images, this acts as a merging between the future and the past within the medium of photography. The use of colour is a very important aspect of my practice, I am interested in the way different colours can evoke different emotions and the way people attach personal memories to colours. I am also really interested in exploring the ongoing battle between man-made and natural landscapes and this is a theme I explore throughout my work. I love the contrast between man-made structures and nature and how nature is always trying to reclaim its territory.


I take most the inspiration for my imagery from different forms of science fiction. Films such as “2001 a space odyssey” have been very influential on the creation of my imagery as well as novels by the author Kurt Vonnegut specifically “The Sirens of Titan”. I am fascinated with the different ways in which the future is interpreted and how it can range from utopia to apocalyptic. The work of Richard Orchardson has been very influential in the development of my practice, I find his approach to the future to be very intriguing and inspiring.


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