Judith Jones

As a Fine Art Photographer my work often relates to personal conflicts and human frailties.

My twilight Images examine the dialectic between the outside and inside and with the conflicts of private and public spaces. The Images explore concepts of exclusion and isolation, fear and uncertainty. When choosing spaces to photograph I go by sheer instinct, I search for the sense of a place and how it resonates with my particular concerns at that time.

The ‘blue hour’ of twilight takes us through the transition between day and night with an uncanny sense of unease. The interiors of buildings come alive as we retreat inside our dwellings; the border between night and day is as tangible as the visible hints of the lived spaces within the borders of our homes.

The boundary of the home may serve not only as a canvas to exhibit or flaunt residents’ identities but also functions as a boundary to the outside world or conversely as a boundary holding its secrets close within its walls.

Documenting this fragile time frame presents a magical, filmic space that at once intrigues and fascinates yet frightens me.