Food for Thought
DESCRIPTIONFood for Thought is a series that exploits the tension created by juxtaposing objects from unusual contexts and the awkwardness of the relationships that emerge. Through a harmony of form I love to create a playful meditation on the visual relationships in everyday life.
AUTHORI am a photographer inspired by the narrative potential of form, colour and texture. My recent works exploit the tension created by juxtaposing objects from unusual contexts within scenes dominated by vibrant colour accents. My working process is very intuitive. Ideas may be sketched before shooting begins but the final product is informed by a spontaneous, truthful and sensitive approach to subject. I like to respond to the unexpected moments in my creative process when creating new contexts for seemingly arbitrary objects or exploiting the awkwardness of the relationships that emerge in her theatrical photographic stage. Clear references to fashion photography are subverted in the compositions that through a harmony of form function as playful meditations on the visual relationships in everyday life.