Flux starts at the end.
It is a botanical study beyond the short period of bloom, echoing the brevity and fragility of life.
The first images are consciously dark and melancholic. It does convey a sadness for lost relationships, practices and unrecoverable time. A considerable amount of my work, professional and personal has been about preserving the past as photographic documents.
However this work is an attempt to recognise the present moment and delight in the experience. Later works switch to white backgrounds with bleached subjects to capture a sense of transition and recognition of moving from darkness to light. Embracing life and accepting it moves towards an ultimate end.