How landscape can evoke memory and the significance of place to a narrative.
Using lines taken from landscape photography to represent relationships.
How does nature impact on memories and how is this significant when considering loss.
Exploring how rain can evoke a sense of sadness and can be used to visualise loss.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning, we will remember them.
Word and image
Exploring word, image and landscape. How can words describe a memory?
Twisting the fate of forgotten collections to tell the future by recreating classic tarot cards.
Eyes of the Past
Considering the human gaze, the eyes as a window to the soul and how visuals are impacted by time.
Recreating classic tapestry to commemorate lost imagery and the importance of remembrance.
The fading memory of forgotten imagery explored by focusing on the intensity of eyes in family portraits.
Flos (flower) - the significance of flowers and how they are symbolic.
Opertus (hidden) - inspired by latin words and stained glass.
Working with the fading nature of photography and how this can impact on imagery.
Distorting images to symbolise the passage of time & the loss of memories.
Using forgotten mediums to create portraits of forgotten people.
Using lines picked out from landscape photography to visualise family lineage.
By the sea
Visualising how memories of holidays fade and the destructive power of the sea.
Working with found photography, using mistakes to symbolise the passage of time & loss of memories.
Inspired by the only existing Bronte family portrait where family relationships impact on an image.