The aim of my photography is to capture ordinary objects in place that have a spatial, though not necessarily, functional relationship. This spatial relationship is random, unintentional, but observed by me.
The relationship of colour, texture, and shapes of the objects help to define the perspective from which the image is captured with an emphasis on balance, interest, though not necessarily beauty. There is an emphasis on seeing and capturing the moment. If there is something not desired in the image, it is not fixed later in post; it is abandoned as what was seen was not captured.
It is important to understand that pressing the shutter represents not simply capturing an external collection of shapes, but the internal moment of seeing and connecting with my surroundings.