Tristan has worked as a photographer for 15 years.
He has an interest in the environment & a love for the outdoors. He studied Ecology & Environmental Biology at university, following with a MSc in Biological Photography in 2003.
His projects all explore people's interactions with the landscape & the legacy they leave behind.
His projects include 'Recording the Landscape' in which he uses council planning applications for 'Fracking', as loci to photograph & record video & audio of the British landscape. The project 'Automation' explores the conflict between the 'need for nature theory' & mass tourism in a Chinese UNESCO World Heritage Site.
His current project 'Borders of Brexit' explores the landscape & communities living along the 310-mile administrative & imaginative border between the UK and Europe, in Ireland. As a British citizen, naïve to the intricacies of the history, politics & the current situation of such a historically significant border, Tristan has undertaken research