I believe we have entered a dangerous time in the last ten years or so, a time of disconnection. The superficial, selfie generation can only lead to a void. The more I see this, the more I retreat to and photograph nature and animals. That mysterious world is sacred for me. It is pure. One can never stop learning, we still know so very little.
Within my analogue photography I take double-exposures, where layers of these, ‘little skins,’ (from Latin pellicula) form to make one single image. I call this the mysterious realm where spirits meet. Unlike digital, until films are developed I do not know the outcome. I stay faithful to analogue as a medium because it remains magical and has greater depth and sensitivity. The grains are not flat and cold like digital pixels. Analogue itself has soul!