Silent Coast explores British coastal towns during the off-season. Devoid of visitors, the architecture of tourism presents itself as incongruous sculptures and temporarily redundant tributes to a monumental seaside experience. The series draws reference to the timelessness and vulnerablity of the seaside resort. Tirelessly recognisable, these repetitive forms at the edge stand out further in the absence of colour.

2019-Ongoing. 24x20” Silver gelatin toned prints, photogravures, tintypes.