Limbo is described as the feeling of being in between, a feeling of liminality that I have documented in Industrial and Suburban landscapes.

The work engages with the theory of the uncanny, which is the psychological experience one undergoes when encountering oddly familiar spaces that have been constructed following a template. The viewer experiences discomfort as the surrounding environment starts to look fabricated, pushing it beyond the conventions of nature to become supernatural and alien. In my practice I seek to explore the environments in which this occurs.

I am interested in spaces that have become lifeless and the notion of absence: absence of the creator, absence of the user and absence of the soul. By encountering these spaces through my lens I have responded to their uncanny sensibilities, reappropriating them into spaces to be looked at. The work documents the presence of humanity, traces we leave behind, without the human being present.