This series of photographs is about Light and darkness.

Revealing the nature of construction, function and presence of the building.


The poet Louis Arragon described essential architecture as darkness, defined by its interiors and closures.

Containers that hold dark mysteries within them.

Architecture is an atmosphere and a boundary building a subtle poetry of perception that moves easily between fact and dream.


The National Theatre of London portrayed in this series is a Brutalist masterpiece honest in material and experience.

Its interiors are a playground of Light and darkness

Sculptural and direct in its experience its volumes create convex and concave spaces of voids and solids

this series of images brings you into some of the interiors of the National Theatre and confronts those solids with the voids.

The light with the dark.

The space and function.

Showing you the pools of light and the soft spaces within its hard shell.