There are those really powerful moments beneath the sea’s surface when you cross paths with one particular animal that commands your complete attention. You study its shape; its markings; the way it moves. It’s an honour to share space with these creatures, if only for a brief moment as they glide past. These encounters make you realise just how small you are in the bigger picture. It can be easy to forget your role, your personal motives and to surrender to the moment.
These encounters are presented within a monochromatic nature, minimising distractions so that the focus is predominantly placed on the subject at hand, the moment in its rawest form. In print, these pieces command the attention of the room while creating a peaceful ambience, mirroring the feeling of being underwater, being there.
Dramatic, yet elegant. The world below … in monochrome.