Portrait photography for series
A titanium series with assymetric lines and based on the single drop on the water and the moving water lines.
Non-stop from start to finish, the Loops remodel casually loosened rope into a gracious layered sculpture, adding dimension to a seemingly simple frame.
Cloudwatching on a summer’s day, the cubist’ view alters the sky into basic geometry, shaping Cloud Carré into peculiar soft transparent designs
Derived from elegantly draped stage Curtains, characterised by polygon interior yet smooth exterior; opposing like ‘cour et jardin’.
Strolling down a mountain ledge or rolling hill, this acetate series is subtly playful with multiple facets and textures; disarmingly genuine, familiar but never plain
Leaving at dawn for a day on the open water, taking in spectacular Scottish Highland scenery. Determined by its mountain ridges, rocky slopes and indented coastlines, the uplifted landscape contrasts with a clear cut from the ocean.
Referring to a sketching environment of graphic novels, the finished product strives to stay true to the initial drawing. Conceived as a doodle or continuous line, this family sticks to a single line with a gentle aesthetic that is clean, minimal and delicate but appealingly different
As a tribute to the origin of Komorebi, this family is all about the waterline. Canoeing through the Japanese mangroves of Amami Ōshima (28°15'20.9"N 129°24'33.1"E), the intense beauty of this piece of nature was enhanced by the game of reflection above and refraction of its details beneath.