The Edgelands of Perception
My work is about defining spaces by focusing on our psychological response to man-made places. I am particularly interested in how capturing the unnoticed aspects of place can change our perceptions of the environments around us. I look for the uncanny and sublime in the every-day and aim to evoke a visceral reaction. Urban or rural, the locations I select are often characterised by angular structures, internal and external. Much of my work responds to edges or boundaries, physical or implied - the Edgelands of Perception.