Tulaigh Charnáin /
Burial Mound


Here lies a life that could have been and a home that never was.

This body of work is personal reflection on the psychological nature of place. It exists entirely outside of us but our experience of it is always filtered through our minds as well as our bodies.

In particular, the work focuses on the void that manifests in the psyche of the post-conflict space. The environment is rendered intangible and elusive.

The body becomes fragmented.

Photography acts as a metaphor for this phenomenon. The medium possesses no integral relationship to material and thus photographs themselves act like phantoms suspended in space.