I’m drawn to the endless accidental juxtoposition of type and image and sometimes lack of order within the urban and natural environment and I think that’s where my ideas begin. I have studied and worked in graphic design, but I have always been drawn to photographing decaying street posters which inspires much of my design process. With a little sense of where I want to end up, I start to apply and overlay the photos until something concrete materializes. Random and unexpected compositions slowly become part of a larger, cohesive idea. I look for some sort of structure in something muddled and messy. It’s often initially very vague but eventually a solid idea develops and starts to appear on the screen.
A1 to A4 limited edition giclee archival prints on 308gsm hahnemuhle photorag paper. Prints and prices available upon request.