on the photocomposits:
I document my environment.
I compose images, most often mapping my surroundings from close up - my standing point - to the horizon, the skyline.
I use numerous single images, arranging them to form a wide angle to panorama view. I am not interested in creating a smooth image, but am intrigued by the overlapping of all the single views, creating a sizzle in the image.
For me such a compiled view refers to the natural interaction of our eyes and our brain. Constantly sampling our surroundings the eyes will feed a continuous stream of images to the brain, which in turn composes a view of our surrounding much wider than the optical abilities suggest. These images I compose might look at first like an out-of-focus view of the scene - only on second sight one discovers the multiple layers of images forming this personal field of vision.