RockWaterAir explores the relationships between coastal forms and processes.  

Inspired by the interdependence and interplay of natural elements – of rock, water and air – this series explores not only the physical processes at play, but also the deep emotional connection I feel to nature when exploring coastal landscapes.

“I am fascinated by the physical world, by the changing states of nature. Nothing is ever static, everything is a process; a continuum of forms and forever changing states.”

When faced with transience, I am always overcome with a sense of something deeper.... something permanent, something eternal; a sense of time, a sense of memory, a sense of place.

“Nothing is softer or more flexible than water, yet nothing can resist it” Lao Tzu

“He says everything is alive – shells, buildings, people, fish, mountains, trees, wood is alive. Water is alive. Everything has its own life. Everything lives inside us. He says live with the world inside you.” – Extract from poem ‘Hokusai says’ by Roger Keyes