Giuliana Bruno has said that 'a landscape is, in many ways, a trace of the memories and imaginations of those who pass through it ... an intertextural terrain of passage'. Hinterland is a personal odyssey along such lines, charting the inherent oddities of progress and process both in the camera and in the way landscape is perceived. To my surprise, I have learnt to appreciate the inadvertent beauty of the ordinary and what Robert Adams refers to as 'the significance of the place'. Hinterland, landscapes along and beyond the valleys of the Bure and Yare, 1995-2005. 267mm x 314mm, 104 pages, full colour throughout, sewn stiched, hard cover, dust jacket.