The photographs in this portfolio are pure abstract; they are completely non-representational, having no context. There is an element of mystery in abstraction. They ask more questions than they answer. They are comprised of design elements in and of themselves. They represent pure art, for they are creations of the mind; “inscapes”. They speak more about imitation of imagination than the imitation of reality.

All these images are made in-camera. Chris’ techniques may include camera movement, long exposures, and in-camera multiple exposures; in any combination. Post production is minimal, pertaining to colour balance and contrast.

‘I find this type of photography boundless; endless in creative possibility and opportunity. It’s overwhelmingly exciting’.