My Olympus Pen EE-2 has fast become a staple in my handbag — it's compact, easy-to-carry and I love the 28mm lens. Being a half-frame camera, the view finder is portrait rather than landscape, a small anomaly that continually inspires me to "think outside the square". I'm presently using the camera to explore two main themes: first, to draw attention to the seemingly banal, yet whimsical aspects of front yards in my neighbourhood; and second, to experiment with images composed of more than one frame.
This image of a race horse at the Yass Picnic Race Club earlier this year is an example of the latter, and shows my current penchant for shooting snippets of information in individual frames and joining them together to show a whole. Essentially, the half-frame format encourages me to compare subjects and sometimes create new meanings by making montages.