Plants are present in our every day lives. Some, like those defined within a garden, engage our consciousness. But many we are not aware of. They are simply there; forming and changing backgrounds and textures in the world around us.
Through the process of collecting these incidental plants photographing, printing and installing them, I have been exploring the notion of view point; our attitudes towards certain plant groups and how our perceptions of them change in space and over time. Questioning how we consider these plants (as a resource, as irksome, as beautiful) and how those perceptions are formed and changed. This has led me to create new images of plants that, are plentiful and vigorous within their own environment.