These photographs are about shapes sculptured by contrasting light. I look for an unusual perspective - for example using a camera while standing on a seas wall where waves are moving towards the beach or on an embankment were stormy seas make patterns on a nearby cliff. This adds a new dimension to these images. They are some of my favourites.
I grew up competing with a household of enthusiastic photographers, so it’s no surprise that I am constantly pushing the camera to its limit - such as images taken in difficult light like the series of photos taken at the Auckland Museum or the challenge of taking photographs as evening light fades - I like that they are full of surprises.