'Who am I?'
A question as a starting point for a narrative series, it places a context upon the images; visual ‘clues’ that lead to a possible answer.
The images, have a self-reflective quality to them something which might not have the same significance to the viewer as they do to myself; beyond any obvious visual cues. For the purpose of context and to perhaps stir something within the viewer, each work is titled as a journal entry and along with the fonal disseminated work - presented as a vernacular style photobox - features accompanying text as a means to drive the narrative and provide context.
The images are an attempt to capture ‘lost moments’ during navel-gazing or day-dreaming, where upon you ‘wake’ to find yourself staring at an object or scene in which you were lost. These objects and scenes have significance as memory-markers, keys to events both small and significant in my life and it is these keys that help unlock the question, Who Am I?