My work expresses my fascination for spaces, objects and everyday details that often escape our attention.
Projects usually start with research into a space or topic, followed by developing a concept which results in (staged and on location) photographs.
Photographs alone do not mark the end of a project. Finding the most appropriate form of presentation (often small installations which involve the visitor) is also an important part of my working process.
This method of working reflects my desire to engage in a more craft-based form of production. It also reflects my ambition to marry the disciplines of photography and architecture, combining a critical eye and a creative hand in a single process.
That ambition also feeds into my collaborations with professionals from other backgrounds, as a way of achieving new and unexpected results.