I am a social documentary photographer with a keen interest in the concept of psychogeography, my work explores the enduring relationship between man and the environment; it is a visual description of the interaction between humans and the spaces that they inhabit. I am drawn to the often unconsidered and frequently overlooked aspects of everyday life, the ordinary and the mundane, but also the banal and sometimes quirky evidence of human intervention in public spaces. The more we interact with our surroundings the more we risk becoming disassociated from them. We begin to take space for granted; this becomes obvious in the way that we connect with it and also in the way that we eventually perceive it.
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