At first these came about to prove a point and to win an argument I was having with my peers on as MA student. We were arguing about the lack of available studios to complete coursework, my view being just go anywhere and look you will find something to shoot and to tell others. To prove this and as a piece of coursework I went out with a camera to photograph something that most people don’t give a second glance to - Carparks. The aim was to say anything except you park cars there.
The results were unexpected, they spoke about architecture and about our relationship with the car over 30 years. They ranged from large concrete silos nobody cares about anymore to high tech hidden spaces where like the best partys if you ain’t got a ticket you ain’t getting in.