top of page

I have long been fascinated by the early Surrealists: their making of ‘unexpected connections’; the melting of images such as the clocks in Dali’s ‘Persistence of Memory’. Such images inspired my re-focus from people photography to create something different.


My intent is to make single-frame compositions using just a plain household item, a mirror and its momentary reflected sky. I want to curve static, everyday shapes towards something more graphic, dynamic and a little less recognisable.


I have cultivated deep blacks, bright reflective highlights and selective focus to create a consistent style. Together, they help create an unexpected connection between household object and moody sky.


Welcome to my Universe of Twisted Shapes.

bottom of page