Influenced by aspects of many visual metaphors, these works concentrate on the tensions between personal and social geographic relationships.
I aim to capture the continuous psychological disposition and social behaviour in populous urban spaces. These spaces are thus activated as metaphors for the search of identity that suggest transition, flux, uncertainty, solitude, disconnection, anticipation, and even a state of emergency.
My interest in analogue photography has led me to use the camera as a tool to source material. By experimenting with the process of photography, I search for tangible material to further translate onto canvas.
2010 │ 2011:
2010 | 2011