We reflect our own emotions onto objects, places and spaces offering the viewer a new frame or lens on what we think we see and what is actually before us. Textures and tensions resonate.
A simple portrait or landscape can, therefore, become complex when our own reality is reflected back onto it.
A synergy of past and present, captured in a layered process. A restless definition of what lies before us, that may resemble but not entirely depict its true physical state. A betrayal.