Photography is an expression of an individual’s encounters throughout life, the impact experiences have, altering identity. The information accumulated in a modern technological induced age is significant for recognising oneself. My work documents responses to questions regarding existence and experiences, adapting who we are, into whom we become, guiding life views, looking inwards. In an age of technology, this translates into a virtual view of the world, with screens becoming an extension of the body, a virtual trail left behind like DNA. Using photography as a process before adapting it, to become abstract, representing its interpretation. Losing myself in the abstract, through why I’m photographing and its perception.
The nature of data is being altered, only through analysing the general and personal accumulation, we comprehend society through technological recognisant. It photographically represents the physical manifestation of data corruption.