This series is photographed entirely in one small pool in the woodland near my home. The Pool, which is no more than 2m across, is fringed by grasses and ferns, and surrounded by birch trees. I walk past it every day and, although nothing extraordinary, it constantly grabs my attention.
The images explore the layers of shapes and shadows reflected in the surface of the pool - a hidden abstract world which is at first chaotic and lost to the naked eye. By singling out and focusing on individual elements, these complex and competing patterns are simplified and a sense of depth created.