A photographic study of plants gathered and found ‘Within a Crooked Mile’. Simple images depict the aesthetic shape and form of the plants and vegetation rather than the scientific aspects associated with traditional herbaria.
Images composed using shape and form, light and shade, depicting objects that are not necessarily recognisable and often ambiguous.
An exploration of objects that have a value through association or memory – ornaments, knick-knacks or personal items, often inherited or kept for sentimental reasons. From Latin: ‘bring to mind’.