By looking at subjects that transform their purpose over time, I investigate and unearth the past in order to help make sense of the future. This notion of having purpose, having left a footprint on society is pivotal throughout my work. In the 1800's, Duncan's Dam was the main water supply for Lisburn. As Lisburn's population grew, the council and its inhabitants looked further afield for a larger water source. For a decade the site was neglected and had no real value to the society who, until this point, had overlooked its historical significance. My photographs illustrate the stasis of the environment, which has withstood time, despite the significant transformation it's undertaken to suit the needs of science and society.
David Brady • Jacqueline Douglas • Ciarán Dunbar • Scott Leonard • Rachael Lumsden • Sara Marsden • Marie-Therese McCormick • Jan McCullough • David McIlwaine • Catherine McKenna • Clare McLaughlin • Gary Moore • Bryan Morris • Gavin Mullan • Eve O'Connor • Clodagh O'Neill • Paulina Rachanska • Lewis Rankin • Pawel Slaby • Hannah Watson • Bronagh Wilson •