Photography is one of the most powerful forms of communication; a creative outlet where there are no boundaries, a power to document and influence others. My artwork focuses on human interaction within the environment, documenting architecture and landscape. I have taken inspiration from garden design of the eighteenth century, a period when formally laid out gardens demonstrating a control of nature gave way to ‘natural’ landscaping, and a treatment of nature that sought to convey magical enchantment.
In the space of a frame, my aim is to represent a romanticist engagement within the environment using symmetry, structure and abstraction. A key aim of the work has been to embrace individual taste and style.
I have exhibited at a joint exhibition at Brick Lane gallery London, West Kent College, and Flower House and Home Mayfield.