A series of images that looks to discuss and explore the interactions between people and both their natural and built environments. Examining and discussing pertinent contemporary themes such as urban encroachment, the necessity of natural space within our towns and cities, and personal, non-physical notions of our relationships and connections to space, and the landscape.

The images are made on the outskirts and within the gaps between England’s urbanised spaces. The overlooked and purposeless landscapes, whose relationship to the modern urban space are difficult to pin down and define. They are at once unexpected, trespassing within the city, but instinctively tied to and defined by it.

There is modesty in the relationships between people and these unmanned, wild spaces, a consequence of our understanding of ourselves as part of that space in a wider sense where we find ourselves small within the vastness of the landscape itself.