“My photography is an integral part of my daily life, and I post the best photograph taken every day on my website. This leads to the collection including a variety of styles and to an extent reflects my life through the places I go and the situations and emotions that I capture. Completing this process daily also helps to generate themes and ideas for more long-term projects.
“A lot of my photography focuses on the isolation of the urban space, and the transformative effect that night has on urban landscapes. The most recent series I completed (which the attached images are from) is titled Where Darkness Plays. This is a series of photographs taken between 2010 and 2012 of places of leisure at night, such as parks, woods, and allotments. As darkness falls and the city lights surround, these places take a sinister turn from the welcome and happy places that they are during the day, and yet they can also be very peaceful. I aim to capture the beauty of these landscapes, but also capture some of the tension of standing alone in the darkness.
“I am still in the early stages of developing further projects. However, I am curating an exhibition called Metamorphosis as part of Fringe Arts Bath 2012, which will feature some of my night photography.”
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