A haunter of the woods; one who loves the forest and its beauty and solitude.
In the making of the work I became aware of just how difficult meticulously documenting and categorising the forest was. This contrast between order and chaos can often be mirrored through the dynamics of a family. To me the forest feels like an endless space that is vast, yet secure and safe at the same time. I want to make photographs that mirror this; erratic yet meticulous.
By selecting and pairing, rearranging and isolating, I hope the viewer can share the experiences I have had within the trees. I wish for them to get accustomed to the work, to feel the prints, to experience the spaces and to create their own display methods.
People live in an extremely fast paced world.It is rare that one has hours to spend alone with their thoughts. I wish the viewer to take control of the experience, to contemplate how little control in life we actually have. Even when we are in control, this is not lasting and therefore we have to appreciate the tangible fluidity of life.