The relationship between time and photography is intimate and integral. From shutter speed to the golden hour, all caught up with the the idea of capturing a moment, photography traditionally tries to pin down that instant, and freeze it in place. But what if we can stretch these moments out, and make a photograph that shows more than a fraction of a second, and instead stacks them, builds over time, and builds with time? My work here is the results of this enquiry, a delving into the nature of time, and its relationship with place - both as time passes in the world, and what we can construct when we take control of that passage.



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