This photographic series was borne out of a desire to document the process of creating fragile and impermanent works.
Sheets of japanese mulberry paper are cut, painted, formed and folded. Repetitive shapes are combined and superimposed to create evanescent assemblages that can only endure in photographic form.
What started as documenting the process of making becomes an end in itself, capturing moments in time that evoke imagery from nature - fallen leaves, pebbles, water, ice and snow. Shot using natural light, the photographs echo the meditative and repetitive spirit of the original work