This is a study of decommissioned power stations in the South East of England. These once functional architectural structures hover over our landscapes as echoes of their former importance.
They are symbols of mans progress that in the past have supplied energy and power that is essential to our daily lives. Today they sit quietly, waiting for their futures to be decided.
This is an experiment in the moving image, following a project brief from Uni as part of my BA in photography.
The imagery was inspired by the song “18 Seconds”, itself inspired by the following statistic:
“According to the World Health Organisation, every 18 seconds someone in the world becomes infected with HIV”.
18 Seconds is performed by Seven Words, available from iTunes.