“I'm a visual artist working in oil paint. My work is informed by light, architecture and the phenomenology of place. The imagery I produce is almost always absent of people, describing places of neglect, or moments of silence in otherwise inhabited locations. These unoccupied places can be seen as empty sets, where a scene is about to unfold.
I seek out locations where light plays a prominent role in the spaces and explore these sites through photography. I interpret these photographic images through the process of painting; the application of paint, being deliberate and slow, becomes an act of intense observation rather than overt expression. The final images act as very particular documents of locations, directing the viewer's attention to overlooked places and provoking a familiar but often uneasy sense of place.”