Totalitarian Tinkerbells are images concentrated on buildings, overcrowded spaces and the lack of intimacy. Invasion, voyeurism and the obsession of the east with the west and vice-versa; duality, suffocation and the place we each occupy as human beings.
Human contrasts: The old withe the new, the sparse with the opoulent, the 'in-your-face' with the hush-hush of societies repressed by silent and veiled regimes.
- Selected for exhibition at the the 54th Venice Biennale - Venice, Italy (published in the pavilion catalogue)
- Winner of the bronze medal at the Aperture Awards - Melbourne, Australia
- Commended winner at 'Urbanscape 3' - London's Photographic Association - London, UK
- Finalist at the Photography Open Salon competition 'An Eye for an Ear' - Galerie Huit - Arles, France and The China House - Penang, Malaysia - (published in the exhibition book 'An Eye for an Ear')