I think of my photography as falling between the categories of experimental urban landscape and abstract. My work explores the interaction between the built urban environment and the people and objects that move within it and plays with our perception of space.
For my photographs, I exploit the geometry of the built urban environment. Through reproduction and reiteration, I rearrange its elements into new layers and spaces. The thus created spaces, as well as the resulting interactions between the given or constructed spaces and the people and objects that move within them, are used to question our making of the world through experience and knowledge.
My work is grounded in pleasure, curiosity, and the wish to push my creative boundaries.