My practice deals with notions of the commonplace and the everyday; sometimes captured through re-framing the figure or confining itself to detail.  Intrinsic to my observation is a desire to examine the inherent paradoxes found within the collisions, transactions and dislocations that reveal themselves within the built environment.

They are works that seek to examine our emotional responses both to the spaces that surround us but also to  the emotional spaces that exist between ourselves and others.

These observations utilise the 'realism' of documentary photography and film making and the supporting use of text and sound recording to enable the construction of pluralistic  narratives.