An experimental artist using photography to capture movement, time and natural processes, working with nature and traditional alternative photography in attempts to reduce her artist footprint.
I explore experimental art using my camera to capture movement, time and natural processes. My expressionistic images define my concern for the natural world and the current rate of degradation.
For my last project I partnered WITH nature making images by burying my prints back in the mud or soil for months, with the purpose to evoke dialogue with my viewers about essential unseen ecology. More recently I am experimenting with traditional alternate photography in an attempt to reduce my artist’s footprint.
My contemporary experimental photography may not appeal to everyone but it was honed during my studies for honours degree in photography with the University of the Creative Arts. I continue my art work and research, driven by Anthropogenic concerns.