Antiquity, trace, decay, architecture, time, chance, process and surface textures are common threads that weave through my work. My practice explores the degeneration of urban landscapes where social and historical significance's are visible of being lost. Decaying architectural surface layers provide a trace and glimpse of our past history, fueling my desire to visually record and document these transient states. These areas in the city often have a disordered and slightly messy feel to them as they provide a contrast to the increasingly smooth, regulated spaces new corporate buildings provide. The canvas I am responding to is continuously changing and eventually it will be gone forever, capturing this impermanent state I feel is important and becoming reflective in my practice. I aim to make people more aware of their direct environment, the often over looked, and the crumbling buildings that are soon to be obliterated from our landscapes.