My work is constructed using materials commonly found at a building merchant, everyday and mass produced objects; all readily available in the common market place. These are objects and materials that are used by people through daily chores or tasks. Viewers of the work can then relate to these objects and materials through their own experiences and allow for interpretation through the photography itself.
Allowing topography to dictate and provoke a creative reaction from me inspires my intervention within the landscape. From this reaction I then construct and juxtapose these objects and materials to create scene, which are then photographed. My intentions are not to leave a signature or make my mark on the landscape, but to allow the landscape to let me work along side it instinctively. By doing this it will help create new perceptions and understandings of the landscape that is around us.
Within each photograph it allows myself, its viewers, to revisit that scenario in new light, a completely new context. It can then be noticed how transparent materials such as plastics illuminate and intensify light that is being absorbed and passed through it. Our own perceptions of the material changes and then creates a further interest or desire in discovering hidden and unnoticed qualities in other objects and materials.