My photographic work is based around how light transforms moments of the overlooked and the everyday mundane into ephemeral sublime experiences. I take pictures within my domestic environment that explore the Wabi-Sabi philosophy of seeing beauty in the unremarkable and the banal. I am interested in aesthetics and the sublime and how they can spiritually affect us by connecting us to something outside of our immediate consciousness and understanding. My images are concerned with how the ephemeral nature of things can lead us to question existentiality. I am interested in the impermanence of the sublime moment, the aesthetic of the everyday and simple irregular form of subjects.