By using a primitive camera with a manual winder, l am able to compose my narratives in camera by shooting continuous frames on one strip of film with no interruption. The constructed images reflect the details of a landscape, not as a singular image but a cinematic journey.
Chance and serendipity plays an important role in how I work, where I can explore the notion of time passing, changes in light, the continuity of infinite repetition. It is a narrative that is both fragmented and animated. By breaking up spaces and light in a non linear way, I am shifting both perception and perspective.
My sculpture project chronicles the relationship and parallels between the natural and man made environment.There is a powerful dynamic between these two forces that l like to explore. Sculptures and objects introduce an added dimension to the rhythm and pace of the places portrayed. They strengthen the mystery and ambiguity that is present within the land, and the beauty and chaos that is always in flux.
I utilize small platinum / palladium contact prints for their intimacy and rich tonalities, as well as enlarged archival pigment prints to allow the viewer to enter into the landscape.