‘…the surrounding atmosphere brings it to life — the light and the air, which vary continually’. Claude Monet
Using photography to capture the atmosphere of a place is a slow, quiet process, catching the way environments are constantly subject to change. On a site like this farm in Gloucestershire, these
shifts — the incremental and the more dramatic — have a significant impact on the way the past life of the place seems to ebb and flow, to and from the surfaces of the spaces, inside and out.