— 2012/2013

The term "Metamorphosis" derives from the  Greek words, meta (change) and morphe (form). It is the passage from one form or shape to another; the transformation into a different state; the transfiguration of an object changing its own nature. This series of photographic self portraits portray the harmony which can exist between the human body and the boundaries of a determined place. I let my body immerse itself in the space, taking multiple forms as it engages with it’s environment. My senses guide me as my body connects with it’s surroundings, prompting my body to change and mutate until its presence becomes, itself, a part of the landscape. Nature in this case has made me feel a sense of belonging, my presence in these places becomes fixed.