In a world that commodifies attention, Shaun’s photographs serve as portals to the moments we frequently overlook – the dappled sunlight on warmed concrete, dust dancing in the room from the recently departed. These instances are not captured; they are woven into the fabric of the images. The profound weight of now is what he pushes against as he presses the shutter.
These moments are not just pixels on a screen; they are conduits of emotion, inviting you to experience the sensation of being there, at that precise moment.
On occasion poetry provides an accompaniment to his work, to lend light to the dense shadows and silhouettes that often frame the images.
Shaun’s work is an offering, inviting you to pause and immerse yourself in the fragments of time we are granted to keep.