(Contains 11 photos)
Silence portfolio
(Contains 19 photos)
Biosigna portfolio Biosigna
This body of work known as Biosigna seeks to explore the nature of landscape and place. The term means Life Signals, and allows the natural environment a collaborative role in the image making process.
Fragments of the original are still visible; however, the obliteration of what was - is now blended into a new vision.
The engagement with an experimental photographic practice incorporates the ritual burying and exhuming of negatives in a number of different locations in the Teign Valley, South Devon, over a period of several weeks. It has produced a series of unique images, created in collaboration with the artist, natural environment and time. The negatives now mediate a new message, and reflect the changing state of flux within the natural world.
The work looks at the landscape at close quarters, and the new ocular is exciting, unpredictable and engaging. An attachment of these images to a specific place allows for a new visual language of place to be heard. This organic creativity allows the very process of destruction to be a creative force, allowing your eyes to witness a new vision; your imagination can contemplate a revelation where the spirit of place has left its indelible mark. With text blocks interposed throughout this series of images, the intellect is likewise challenged.
(Contains 4 photos)
Equivalence portfolio
(Contains 8 photos)
She is Whispering. They are Whispering. portfolio This body of work is rooted in the concept of landscape and memory.

Jitka Hanzlová suggests in her ‘Forest’ series that, ‘The path I am taking leads me back, so I can see the future’.

These images are taken in a small area of woodland in the village were my father grew up; it was a perfect childhood playground for his friends, where they were safe and free.

Years later, I experience a different set of emotions.
The interconnectedness of place transcends time and memory, so new memories are fashioned from the old.

Reliving these creates memories through imagination; I search for a link between past and present, reconciling ‘what-was’ to ‘what-is’.


A text has been written by Andrea Gallagher to accompany this body of work.
The text can be viewed here: She Is Whispering


This work has being curated into a book and an exhibition.
(Contains 8 photos)
One Welsh Mile (Work in Progress) portfolio This is a body of work which is being made in collaboration with my 100 year old grandmother. Together we are revisiting her memories of her childhood growing up in rural North Wales.
We are returning to her home village of Bryneglwys, Denbighshire in May/June 2017 to revisit these memories as well as allowing her to continue her narrative.
Together we will be making new photographs using her box brownie.


You can view the progress of this work at One Welsh Mile


This body work is in its early stages.
(Contains 7 photos)
Handmade Books portfolio
(Contains 12 photos)
Ultima Thule (Ongoing) portfolio In February 2017 I undertook a research visit to Greenland following in the footsteps of the Greek explorer Pytheas, who wrote about finding the now mythical land of Thule. Pythea is the first to have written of Thule, doing so in his now lost work, On the Ocean, after his travels between 330-320 BC.

Virgil coined the term Ultima Thule meaning furthest land as a symbolic reference to denote a far-off land or an unattainable goal.

Locating the now mythical land of Thule is about looking for something within myself. I did not sail for 6 days from Britain as Pythea did, I flew to Greenland and started my exploration from within the country. What I found was a land covered in ice, frozen and seemingly barren, save for the warmth of the Greenlandic people I met on my travels.

Greenland is a place of infinite imagination and hope. My research questions are now based around this place and the people that make this place: Ultima Thule.


This body of work is ongoing.