Readings of Burke, Kant and Ruskin led to a mission finding beauty in the most unlikely places. A tonal study of pebbles, moss and fine leaves on a wintery day in the hills.
A tonal study of leaves, seeds and pods in greens, beiges and chocolate. Look closely for the hidden cigarette butt, which reinforces we should never to let minor imperfections ruin the beauty of a thing
Summer and cicadas in the Northern Beaches. Tangled vines punctuated by mustard berries and colours evocative of 16th Century paintings half a world away.
A particularly vivid sunset through the velvety leaves of an old mulberry tree……can you see it? Wrap yourselves in all those shades of apricot, moss green and burgundy pops.