Educated as an architect, I am interested in the world of man-made spaces. Photography for me is not simply a tool for observing that world and communicating about it through images. It is a means of studying spaces and commenting on how we use them, and how we could use them. My work exposes the hidden dimensions and potential beneath the everyday surfaces around us. In addition to detecting evidence of human presence, I add traces of future or imagined human activity.
But my architectural background enables me to go a step further and deploy photography as a creative tool. My projects constitute proposals in which I construct new realities and identities. The designer in me is what ultimately defines my vision of photography.