Oceanside 6, 2017

Oceanside 6, 2017

A photograph from an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I compose these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony.  For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

Oceanside 4, 2017

Oceanside 4, 2017

A photograph from an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I compose these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony.  For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

Oceanside 3, 2017

Oceanside 3, 2017

A photograph from an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I compose these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony.  For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

Oceanside 2, 2017

Oceanside 2, 2017

A photograph from an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I compose these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony.  For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

Farm Spring Festival, 2017

Farm Spring Festival, 2017

A photograph from an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I compose these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony.  For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

Skiing III, 2017

Skiing III, 2017

A photograph from an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I compose these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony.  For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

Skiing II, 2017

Skiing II, 2017

A photograph from an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I compose these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony.  For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

Skiing I, 2017

Skiing I, 2017

A photograph from an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I compose these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony.  For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

At the Aquarium, 2017

At the Aquarium, 2017

A photograph from an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I compose these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony.  For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

Sandbanks I, 2016 (diptych)

Sandbanks I, 2016 (diptych)

A photograph from the early stages of an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I composed these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony. For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

At the Aircraft Museum, 2015 (diptych)

At the Aircraft Museum, 2015 (diptych)

A photograph from the early stages of an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I composed these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony. For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

Oceanside I, 2016

Oceanside I, 2016

A photograph from the early stages of an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I composed these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony. For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

Flight of the Drones, 2016

Flight of the Drones, 2016

A photograph from the early stages of an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I composed these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony. For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.

Fogo, 2015

Fogo, 2015

A photograph from an ongoing series of poetically expressed observations about the relationship between people, their cultures, and their relationships with the landscapes they occupy. I compose these images to be visual poems; they are crafted with visual language - patterns, form, textures, colour, symbols - to create rhythm, metaphor, contrast, and occasionally irony.  For while science is our finest instrument of knowledge, and philosophy the best place to turn with questions of meaning, poetry and the lyrical image remain the richest territory to savour all that remains unanswerable.