With some zesty camerawork, I create abstract impressionistic photographs that evoke the essence of a subject without capturing the details. These images show the sentiment of the place or the thing, rather than specific memories. The technique is called Intentional Camera Movement (ICM photography) and is often applied to natural elements. I like to look at a single natural phenomena, to bring it to life with oversized printing – for example with the lemon, or with printing the daffodil on a 1.3 meter wide silk tapestry. Ultimately, I want to retain elements of the original shape and design of the subject, whilst immortalising an imaginative and ephemeral nature.

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