the handling of the image creates a duotone world in which photographic information is sometimes difficult to understand as the figure fades into light. identities are lost while personality and posture sit on the surface. they're a look into the human form through defocusing the way we see.
the feathers, sticks & bones series wasn't preconceived but rather developed through an emotional esthetic. while photographing life around Skåne it became evident the cycle of avian life was abundant and so I began to search for pictorial moments in their lives through the surreal lens.
transitioning from studio model work to more pictoral or even surreal work has taken it's toll. necessity far outweighed reality and thus invention took a back seat while I looked for a new space to work.