My passion for art in all its forms best manifests itself in a sense of the gestalt, which has gifted me with the ability to simultaneously create and perceive the world around me. This reveals itself in the form of my utilisation of one expressive medium as an ode to another. When I 'take' a photograph of a piece of architecture that I’m drawn to, I can already feel the material that I want to print that moment of light onto. Structures made of glass often call for a pearl or glossy sheen whilst frosted windows or brutalist architecture seem to demand a deep matte or linen finish. It's my way of honouring the legacy of the artists who have enabled me to visually express myself. In a way, every piece in my 'oeuvre' carries a degree of gratitude which I've yet to find the words for.
All images printed with the courtesy of Richard Photo Lab.