I work with three photography formats , pinhole, time lapse and the moving image. By making my own pinhole cameras, I can explore different framing and focal distances to create the image I am seeking.
All of my practice seems to incorporate time as an essential element, whether it be time lapse or long exposure or the moving image.
Using self-made 120mm film pinhole cameras I choose to focus on long exposure photography in order to record the nuance or atmosphere of the chosen location. Remaining with the camera during the long exposures allows a thorough examination of the location and its' features, prompting new directions or interpretations. Potentially each photograph I take can become a mini residency.
I also work in sound recording, composition and performances, always relating to the specific nature of the environments I encounter and choose.