Go with the Flow - 55 x 38cm, 1996

Photomontages

Created over a period from 1996 to 2000, these photomontages capture the challenges of overcrowding, traffic and rubbish endemic to overcrowded cities the world over.

In portraying the chaos and visual excitement of Hong Kong each person, piece of rubbish, or vehicle in motion was separately photographed, processed in a lab, cut out and glued into place. Without the use of a digital camera or computer each photomontage has an appealing hand-craftedness.

On the Way to Work was created in London several years later in 2005.

On the Way to Work - 46 x 29cm, 2005

On the Way to Work – 46 x 29cm, 2005

New Town - 40 x 40cm, 1996

New Town – 40 x 40cm, 1996

Harbour View - 44 x 18cm, 1997

Harbour View – 44 x 18cm, 1997

Go with the Flow - 55 x 38cm, 1996

Go with the Flow – 55 x 38cm, 1996

''Now that's what I call a good spring clean!''-  33 x 24cm, 1997

”Now that’s what I call a good spring clean!”- 33 x 24cm, 1997

Watching the World Go By - 39 x 34cm, 1997

Watching the World Go By – 39 x 34cm, 1997