Artist Statement


The image of the human body dominates our lives, it’s visual legacy starts with the first human artistic endeavour and exists in all cultures all over the world. Yet it remains for modern humans uncomfortable, the media has appropriated it and trivialize it, but it is fundamental to the vision of who and what we are. It is interesting to descend in to a silent world through the making of a picture and it’s ambiguous meaning.The mystery in the language of the human body, every shape and gesture communicates and that is unbearable. It is the aesthetic balance or artistic licence that seduces and inspires. Humanistic philosophy is the driving force to communicate a desire for life and death.