My photographic practice questions my relationship to the landscape of my home city and its community. Not living in the place I photograph for ten years I view it with nostalgia, sentiment and detachment. St Davids, Pembrokeshire is Britain's smallest city, it lies within a peninsular at the end of Western Wales. The city, with its 1700 inhabitants, is considered an idyllic place to live and travel to. My work questions the picturesque and idyllic representations of the area, the detachment of the community from the landscape, and the shifting association with Welsh identity.
Lorna Evans • Carey Gough • Amy Grubb • Gillian Alexandra Kalisky • Shane Lynam • Christina Williams •