I always find something charming in the enlarged portrayal of things and how it acts as a reminder of our notion of dimensions as static. Once resized and altered, objects are re-signified because the space they occupy give them a different and new protagonism.
b. 1975 Stockton on Tees. Lives and works in London, UK. His studies include: Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design 2000. Postgraduate Certificate in Photography. BA Hons Fine Art and English Literature from the Exeter University 1996.