I am a fine art photographer and my work will always be one of two extremes: dark black shadows or work that is so white it could be mistaken for a blank sheet of paper. The thread that ties my work together is an interest in the personification of spaces. ‘Moon/life’ not only looks at the moon as a person but as a room changing from birth to death. Similarly White Tea looks at a home as a human body with scars and a character. In ‘Eggshell’ the den that I built for myself became very much apart of my body as my arms became woven into it. Our relationship with spaces continues to fascinate me and I produce work to identify how our environment shapes our lives.