The distinction of image rather than photo, and the questioning of what images can be, has been a constant area of investigation throughout my practice. Experimenting with images has become a key component. The process of screen-printing has allowed me to investigate conceptual concerns and undertake media experimentations. Produced through exposing photographs onto a screen, the technique is synonymous with analogue photographic processes. Combined with the use of paint, screen-printing allowed me to form an exploration of what images mean in the contemporary world.
The cyanotype process corresponds to the fundamental conditions of photography, both digital and analogue. Using light, an image is transferred and retained on the surface. Once, again I was able to explore the boundaries between painting and photography, and attempt to define the term image.