I use photography to depict the unseen, the interior world, the landscape of the mind. I’m fascinated by the possibilities that images hold to provoke sensations, thoughts, feelings or memories. Most of my photography practice is, in some way, related to memory. My project Remembering Forgetting is concerned with the unpredictability of human memory – the blend of remembering and forgetting that underpins our daily lives.

Blind Spots
Remembering Forgetting
Memory Waves
Facial Decognition
Wish You Were Here
A Hole in the World
Two Kinds of People?
Surface Tension
Photographer's Block
Brand New Day