My art practice is a fusion of different techniques and disciplines that I’ve been exposed to throughout my life – painting, photography, video and digital art. I have worked with various media for my art development for example oils, acrylics, mixed-media and photographs. I’d say I have a special connection with photography considering my background in documentary film making and my research interest which focussed on how digital technology is changing the way we view, store, recollect our memories through photography.
I am an artist that uses photography as a main medium to express. My artistic impulse is to develop images by filtering through camera lenses the overwhelming information that surrounds me on a daily basis.
Photography is never a preoccupation with capturing a ‘concrete’ reality. Instead, I am intrigued by the possibilities that photography can offer in exploring the relationship between what is visible and what is not, the ambiguous qualities of my distorted images allow the viewers to ponder about the power and longevity of photography as a communicative medium and an art form.