I’m an architectural photographer primarily interested in the interface between anthropology, philosophy, and environmental psychology—how buildings and landscapes condition social attitudes, and how social attitudes condition our responses to buildings and landscapes.
Before establishing myself as a photographer, I spent just under a decade pursuing academic interests in philosophy, architecture, and law, specialising in the philosophy of architectural aesthetics.
Geometry + Geology II (2020) develops the theme of an earlier project (Geometry + Geology (2010-2014)), which explores formal and expressive affinities between Brutalist architecture in London and rock formations in northern England.
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