The Liminal Points Project is a re-exploration of Penn Wood, Buckinghamshire and a journey of disconnection from the day-to-day, back to a vivid childhood fantasy.
My practice involves extensive observation and explorative research of either a historical or changing landscape, built environment or interior space.
Working at dawn, dusk and night blending natural and constructed lighting techniques in conjunction with elements from the landscape, the betwixt, large-scale images lie in a place that is somewhere between realities, as if you have stumbled upon a happening.
Through repeatedly visiting the same landscape over a period of 3 1/2 half years, the scenes represent physical explorations of psychological experiences.
There is a power nature holds when one is left alone with it and is something that resonates in all people. Visually inspired by cinematography of the late 70s and early 90s and writers Katushiro Otomo and J.G.Ballard, the project collaborates with illustration artist Greg Haynes and the influential music of producer Deepsea.
The different creative elements combine and respond to the project to form new levels within and around the work.
The exclusive soundtrack is available via the download link provided in the book (from 3rd November).