My photographic style is that of ‘Wabi-Sabi’. Originating in Japan, this aesthetic sees the beauty in imperfection, impermanence and incompleteness. I look for beauty in the unconventional, which requires a certain patience and mindfulness. I approach shoots with a clear intention of the message I want the end result to convey, but without a preconceived notion of the specific shots I am after. This gives my curiosity room to explore and play. I prefer my photographs to be simple and unpretentious, minimising clutter, while maximising the potential to stir emotion, stimulate thinking or start debate.