Sunday, 11 March 2012


A sequence of abstract images based upon the birth, growth and decay of stars.

Sunday, 4 March 2012


The night sky may seem still, constant and unchanging, but in reality the stars, planets and galaxies above perform a never-ending dance choreographed by gravity and the fundamental laws of the universe. An elegant and complex series of orbits, spins, twists and turns in the ballroom of the universe. Everything that exists is a participant in this great, whirling and relentless dance. A maelstrom of movement in an eternal cosmic ballet.

Friday, 2 March 2012


Orbiting Saturn, the frozen terrain of Enceladus is a world of icy canyons and colossal craters. From within the moons core, water bursts forth to the surface, forming gigantic plumes in the sky above. These continuous eruptions surround Enceladus with spectacular ribbons of shimmering water and ice.

Europa Weave

Encased by thousands of interlocking sheets of ice, Europas fractured surface is an intricate web of criss-crossed cracks and converging trenches. A complex and ever shifting pattern woven by the hand of gravity and the violent nature of the moons own geology.

Wednesday, 22 February 2012


Saturday, 18 February 2012

Music of the spheres

The universe is filled with music. Every planet, every star, every object in the night sky emits its own unique song in the language of radiowaves. Modern technology allows us in to listen to this cosmic choir and decypher its various chirps, crackles and static whisper. A hidden language that reveals to us the secrets of the night sky.

Thursday, 16 February 2012


“Mysteries do not lose their poetry when solved. Quite the
contrary; the solution often turns out more beautiful than the
puzzle and, in any case, when you have solved one mystery you
uncover others, perhaps to inspire greater poetry”
-Richard Dawkins