The project “Geometric Chaos” contains images from 2012 and later. It’s a work in progress.
“I’m fascinated by how camera placement and framing can make the non-obvious appear and become clear. Finding geometry in what seemed to be chaos, or emphasizing or reshaping existing structure. Often focusing on smaller segments in view, the photography floats between subjectively documenting, stylizing and paraphrasing the landscape.
Geometry in the landscape can be created by nature itself, but just as often it’s caused by human influence.
I don’t try to hide that, but instead I’m interested in when it creates patterns through coincidence or as an unintended side effect of a rational process.”