Autumn is my favourite time of year, the leaves turn from green to gold and red. It is a symbol of the coming winter. These photographs were taken on a single walk near my home in Kent.
Photographs for Amber on Impossible Colour and Black & White Instant Film
Taken during a weekend staying in Hastings, East Sussex. Sea side towns fascinate me, they are a perfect mixture of England's past and present. A shadow of what they once were yet still a promise of frivolity.
Dungeness is a headland on the coast of Kent, England. It is formed largely of a shingle beach in the form of a cuspate foreland and shelters a large area of low-lying land, Romney Marsh.
Dungeness is also the name of the power station on the site, the hamlet within its location and of an important ecological site at the same location. It lies within the civil parish of Lydd.
I first journeyed to Dungeness on a college field trip to photograph the artists houses scattered around, I wanted to return after eight years to see what, if anything, had changed and photograph it once more.
This series was made during a trip to Amsterdam. I wanted to explore the city with my lens, getting away from the tourists and feeling at home in this new place.
By looking at photographs of my parents from before I was born, I try to discover who they were before my birth, I recognise the people in the photographs yet at the same time they are not as I have known them. Despite our blood bond, the people in these photographs are strangers to me.