The earliest gardens in history start to appear in 3,000 bce as a combination of the very real need to sustain the body but designed and built to also feed the soul. The celebration of the joy to be found in the garden - blooming roses, butterflies, the beauty of weeds that always find their way into the wrong places.  The cycle of life and death in constant motion and providing an anchor for us all in the natural world, a reminder to make the most of each moment and that everything has its time.  The garden series are all in black and white, dramatic images of light and darkness that explore the fleeting beauty of a moment.

Pieris Rapae




Rosea VII

Tulipa I

Tulipa II

Rosea VIII

Rosea IX

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