My practice explores notions of permanence and impermanence within the wider entity of time and its cycles. I am interested in the idea of “eternal return” and time as a physical concept transforming everyday materials and actions into meditations on existence. I use photography to explore and document the space around me, capturing a sense of disorientation in the world. Interested in movement as a way of being, I capture the unconscious traces of human presence, noticing the idiosyncrasies of existence that accrue over time through interactions with the environment; “To live means to leave traces”. Removed from their original context and rescaled, my work communicates an abstracted, transcendent version of reality, creating a sense of displacement whilst grounded in the real.