The Faceless project started from the need to tell the human body and the huge communicative potential that it brings…
The photographs show how the thin line between life & death can be easily trespassed.
The physical world is universally the same, yet the human mind is able to abstract these organic elements into new identities with new meaning.
I spent a week travelling around The West Bank, Palestine to document what life was like living under Israeli occupation.
“Beauty lies in the eye of the beholder” – Margaret Wolfe Hungerford
Tritography™ is a digital collage art form of more than one digital photographs layered and blended to render “unreal realities”.
My growth as an artist and educator, marked with significant physical challenges, have formed my understanding that possibility and creation are independent from any specific material…
Phaenomena Naturalis is a series of photographs through which I attempt to navigate and understand the natural world…
This body of work focuses on aspects of my life such as education, work and raising a family.
I look at photography as a relationship between light and film: light as a playful actor and film as a serious recorder.
Harriet began her love affair with wildlife photography on her first African Safari in 1995 having only a small film camera.