Much of our reaction to pictures is conditioned by the technology we are being asked to decipher, I have been experimenting with techniques to disrupt these conditioned elements, using differing visual vocabularies to cast doubt on each other. As cameras have become increasingly sophisticated these low-tech images function in the opposite, offering degrees of restriction closer to older and simpler forms of light gathering.

This initially difficult to control process becomes part of a slippery environment filled with the uncertainty of how the image is created, the whole process is filled with surprises born of something one can participate in but never fully control and has therefore become a challenge between myself and the experimental technology I am working with.