What to call me? An enviro-geoscientist holding an image-capturing device fitted with a architectural lens? Maybe… ?!
As an emerging architectural photographer, I have developed a “seeing-eye” that seeks out both natural and built environments (relating the contexts of their topographies with the morphologies of contained structures, and investigating the integration, subsumation or standoff between disparate environments seen best at the interface of the sub/urban fringe).
I also have a keen interest in artistic urban landscape photography in which I like visually documenting the built environment. I look at how its presence and perceived social function varies over time in context of an environment that inexorably becomes more urbanised.
Apart from the serious stuff, I love the visual inspiration I get from art deco and early modern architecture (especially the brick expressionism of the Amsterdam School of architecture).