In my art I try to capture the beauty in the mundane and ordinary. My fine art photography concentrates on exploring fragments, deconstructing surroundings and creating abstractions. Taking some of the extraneous surroundings away, I allow the viewer to concentrate on the interplay of lines, shape and movement, which encourages introspective considerations. In my scanned images I place the objects in an important position to be examined, a more clinical approach, documenting and examining each.
Modernism is my muse. I am rooted in the intuitive response to my surroundings, creating a collision between the representational and the abstract.