I came to fine art photography after discovering a passion for visual story telling and narrative tableaux. In 2014, at the age of thirty-four, I began a photography degree and from day one I gravitated towards traditional dark room, analogue photography. As a fourth generation film photographer, I found an affinity and deep love for the entire process, predominantly shooting my work on a large format camera, enjoying a level of nostalgia and satisfaction in the art of physically creating prints.
As an artist, I am fascinated by the way we are constantly constructing and evolving our identities, and how an individual’s experiences shape the way they perceive, and are perceived. Playing with this notion of perception, I present the issues I examine as ambiguously as possible as it is not my intention to offer any answers. Instead I hope to challenge viewers to think about the questions I pose and draw their own conclusions based on their present circumstance and sense of self.