What first sparked your interest in photography, and what is it about the form that inspires you?
My earliest experiments with photography were used as elements in digital illustrations and collages. I spent a lot of time exploring abandoned buildings and was really drawn to rust and mildew as textures. The more time I spent with a camera, the more I allowed my photos to be their own thing. I think the process of shooting inspires me more than the medium itself. I love experiencing the slightly altered state of consciousness that occurs when observing nature on such a basic level of shape, colour and light.
Describe your work in three words...
Austere, Desolate, Primordial.