I am a photographic artist working on long term bodies of work; primarily focusing on landscape and the idea that memory is stored in place; that there are trace's and an imprint of history stored in the buildings, landscapes and spaces where specific events have occurred.

These traces, I believe can be sensed through an intuition and feeling of a particular environment; its for this reason I am interested in exploring ways of showing what is invisible to the naked eye.  As well as photography, I work with video, sound and archive; collecting objects and testimony from these spaces as well as employing camera-less techniques in an attempt to find a way to collaborate with the subject.  I like to work with the materiality of specific landscapes, bringing a trace of it's history and memory in to the work.

I am interested in how bringing these elements together can be a trigger for stimulating memory and creating a sense of place.