In a forgotten corner of Iceland’s remote WestFjords stands an abandoned herring factory. In this unlikely place, beautiful works of art have formed. The concrete was mixed using sand from local beaches, and the minerals and organisms within have emerged through the structure leaving traces that are abstract yet also seem strangely to echo the landscape beyond the factory walls. Thus I feel that these photographs have two authors, myself and the sea. On my return from Iceland, I started to look for more of the ocean’s artwork and so this portfolio continues to grow.