Brighton Marina

I live near the Marina and visit it quite often, so it was logical to turn my attention to it. In putting this portfolio together, I have focused on the spaces and elements admiring the sometimes banal aesthetics of the place. The conspicuous absence of people, with the exception of few figures supporting the landscape, is my conscious choice. I wait for people to disappear in an attempt to strip the scene of the energy they would add. I aim to show the viewer how the place evolves and changes in different situations and/or lighting conditions - just like a living organism. I like to add elements of nature and small details to help the viewer to get the sense of the place.