+ Artist Statement/Context
So often in life, our minds seem to become lost in imagined outcomes or half remembered past events. How willing we are to let our emotional reactions to these mind-made movies overcome us and shape our behaviour. We believe that worrying will protect us or that fear will keep us safe. Yet worrying just makes us worried, and fear leads us to focus on imagined dangers that simply don't exist. These dangers are just a response to a poorly remembered previous experience. In these images, I hope to show a series of beautiful, aspirational situations, wherein the subject seems caught momentarily, distracted by those clouds of doubt that drift across our minds. May we all find the strength to realise that the contents of our minds need not define us...