Series A is an abstract photographic body of work that examines time and reality in relation to the universe in an attempt to both ask and answer questions that seemingly have no answers. The series was constructed around the connection that photography shares with the sciences, as it lends its unique ability to capture time as a means of documentation and preservation. In exploring this i have constructed and documented a series of images that i find necessary to preserve in relation to my own understanding of the world. Rocks, bones and planets have all been included as a signifier of the elements of the world and it’s past. The relationships between images are distant but inevitably linked and thus forms the beginnings of a loose narrative for the audience to project their own understanding into. This comprehension of the abstract image relationships is what questions the reality of what is presented and transforms the work for each individual.