Wind. Sand and Stars.
A history of the small and invisible.
Photography is motionless and frozen, it has the cryogenic power to preserve objects through time, without decay.’
The lens captures these decaying moments in a delicate and elusive manner. Preserved now through such apparatus’s, these moments will, and can never be revisited nor repeated by the eye. Manipulated to the extent whereby their initial purpose and objective is forgotten, the photographs produced for Dust act as an exploration into photography's inescapable ability to freeze time.
7x5” Darkroom prints