The idea of an image offering a visual suggestion, an illusion, rather than the image providing a fully detailed description or story of the particular subject is, for me, very evocative. I am also drawn to the idea of making images that embrace minimalism, ambiguity and a strong graphic design. My images often seek to challenge and invite viewers to make their own interpretation.
My aim is to keep my mind open to new possibilities in creating images, to evolve my personal vision and strive for uniquely individual images.
My fascination lies in making images that explore NATURE’S FRAGMENTS and HUMAN CREATIONS, particularly ARCHITECTURE and neglected human creations. Images of neglected creations seek to encourage a visual curiosity and a contemplation of ordinary and everyday subjects that may normally be completely overlooked.
I have chosen to adopt BLACK & WHITE imagery for landscape vista REVELATIONS, where I consider the subject conveys a strong graphic design.
Images in my IMPRESSIONS galleries seek to be less “photographic”, less hard-edged and more akin to the hand rendering of paintings and drawings.