'The Presence and Absence of Nocton Hall'
The presence and absence of my body takes the predominant focus of my practice. I experiment with elements of raw materials to expand the audience’s views and emotions which allows them to make a connection with the piece. I wish to display some of the issues that people can go through, exposing their vulnerability. Series and duration are important components to me as they add depth and meaning to the body of my work. My subjectivity is of an unhappy nature looking into depression and emptiness.
My work has developed taking various forms and styles as I evolve as an established artist. Currently my art will begin with a location surrounding a derelict building where I will allow myself to get a feel for the site and how I connect with it. Photography allows me to create an intimate relationship between the artist and the viewer without worrying about elements being ruined by surrounding audiences or environments. I specialise in the area of performing for camera this allows me to create the perfect scene I wish to accomplish and push for the emotions to impact on the audience.