My photographic practice predicates landscape photography in an untraditional manner through the incorporation of autobiographical themes. Exploring the ‘self’ and the complications that arise when one is caught in a state of liminality are themes that are frequently explored throughout my imagery; I delicately touch upon such notions and investigate them through the act of photography within the urban topography. Through the exploration of urban sites, particularly natural breaks within the terrain, I investigate the uncertainty and ambiguity of my ‘self’ and its familiarity to particular spaces within the city, using the camera as a tool to externally document the conflict within.
Through such a process, the urban landscape is transformed into a site of representation; it becomes an untraditional self-portrait that is rich with indexical traces and notions of trauma and memory, playfully teetering on the boundaries of conventional autobiography and how one’s ‘self’ can be documented.



My photographic practice predicates landscape photography in an untraditional manner through the incorporation of autobiographical themes. Exploring the ‘self’ and the complications that arise when one is caught in a state of liminality are themes that are frequently explored throughout my imagery; I delicately touch upon such notions and investigate them through the act of photography within the urban topography. Through the exploration of urban sites, particularly natural breaks within the terrain, I investigate the uncertainty and ambiguity of my ‘self’ and its familiarity to particular spaces within the city, using the camera as a tool to externally document the conflict within.
Through such a process, the urban landscape is transformed into a site of representation; it becomes an untraditional self-portrait that is rich with indexical traces and notions of trauma and memory, playfully teetering on the boundaries of conventional autobiography and how one’s ‘self’ can be documented.