Collection: 'Botanic Still Life' Collection

As a portrait and documentary photographer whose work has been internationally recognised for its focus on human rights, my latest body of work takes a departure from this subject matter. I am excited to introduce my new collection of botanic portraits, which explores the beauty and intricacies of flowers and plants in a painterly fashion.

Through this series, I aim to highlight the delicate yet resilient nature of these organisms, and the ways in which they symbolize growth, renewal, and rebirth. Each photograph is carefully composed to capture the unique personality and essence of each individual flower or plant, resulting in a series of images that are both stunningly beautiful and deeply meaningful.

While this new body of work may seem vastly different from my previous documentary and portrait work, it is in fact deeply connected to my overall artistic vision. My focus on human rights has always been driven by a desire to shed light on the struggles and triumphs of marginalized communities and individuals. Similarly, my botanic portraits aim to celebrate the beauty and resilience of life in all its forms, from the smallest seedling to the grandest tree.

As an artist, I am excited to share this new collection with the world. Each print is carefully produced using archival materials and techniques, ensuring that the vibrant colors and intricate details of each photograph will remain intact for generations to come.

In all of my work, whether focusing on human rights or the natural world, my goal is to create images that inspire empathy, connection, and understanding. I hope that my botanic portraits will serve as a reminder of the beauty and resilience that surrounds us every day, and inspire viewers to see the world around them in a new light.