There is in my work a predilection for circles and skies as subject matter, where the first can be as universal and the other fleeting, never to be repeated – ephemeral as in a felt emotion. Further, I have come to appreciate the role of humour [in art], a sort of anti-seriousness that is after all, profound. I’m interested in human perception, confrontation and the sensation of confusion. In this work, I ask, is the photograph being viewed or is it peering at one. An illusion, creating a precarious balancing act, pushing and pulling these round forms back and forth in the mind, a universe not necessarily true and resulting in something fresh.