My photographs explore distances.

The distances-between. Constructs in isolation. Forms in stillness. Substance and separation.

Distances – and the light that gives them volume – these are a form of stillness. I want to reach this stillness, to sit with it and listen. To catch glimpses across a span of quietude, revelations in silence.

'sites' encompasses one strain: the distances-between of our human landscapes: designated, designed, constructed, inhabited. This kind of terrain is the place of people’s dreaming. As with other dreams, much remains unspoken. These projects use a structured mode of seeing, often highly ordered and insistent. From such ordering, a quieter reality can emerge with a voice.

'subjective' encompasses another strain: the distances-between of photography as a mode of seeing and recognition. If human sites give us the contours of a collective dream, photographs suggest another act of dreaming. What is it to see through photography? What signals the moment of seeing past a photograph, slipping past its borderline to reach a different place?