"Guided by the concept that a photograph is a map, or chart, of time and light, I have embarked on several photographic expeditions around the British coastline - most notably to the extreme northerly, southerly, westerly and easterly points. Directing my camera along the cardinal axis at each destination, I made a series of exposures capturing and recording the atmosphere of the sea. To add symmetry and cohesion to the project, the exposures were made at specific moments in the astronomical calendar, that is to say; the summer and winter solstices, and the spring and autumn equinoxes.

The resulting set of images create a space for contemplation and reflection, and provide a portal for a connection to nature and the universe as a whole."

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Looking North
Looking South
Looking East
Looking West
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