Atmospheric photographs that may talk of absence, yet often with signs of human presence in the frame. I do not always know what precisely it is that captures my gaze at the time, or why. It is something to do with recognising a moment or situation and its meaning, and seeing that this would speak as a photograph. The meaning may be clear or more hidden and open to interpretation. It might be ambiguous, or even ironical. My understanding of the images that I make and the connections between them is work in progress. While my earlier work mainly sought to document ‘facts’, my newer photographs are more likely to pose questions than seek to provide answers, and are often, dare I say, nuanced. They represent a response to emotions and feelings from what I see before me and usually contain more beneath the surface than immediately meets the eye.