Operating in the grey area between documentary and fiction, history and myth, honesty and artifice, my work is born out of a desire to better understand myself and others. I consider my role as an artist to challenge many of the assumptions we make about the world in which we live and highlight the artificial and arbitrary nature of much of what we unquestioningly assume to be “natural” phenomena. While my practice ultimately results in the creation of photographic or moving images, it is not so much photography itself which inspires me, but rather projects are sparked by readings in psychology, philosophy and cognitive science; photography is merely the idiom in which I am most comfortable engaging in such a dialogue.
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