Long abandoned factories dot the landscape throughout the world. The mysteries of their intended use sometimes lost in the ravages of decay. In this series I explore the beauty of the abstract patterns formed through that decaying relationship of human structures and nature's entropy - the inevitable deconstruction of all things.
My father was a photographer and my mother a painter. I was immersed in the arts from a young age and developed a love of color, shape, sound and pattern. As a psychotherapist I found my meditations on the natural world provided a sense of wonder at the continual transformation of shape, color, form, and feeling. My photography brings together those earlest influences and invites the viewer to ponder the extrodinary that is all around us.