How children act and react to the world as they achieve a sense of self is fascinating. This is evident in their patterns of play, where internal narratives and fictionalised 'realities' are enacted and presented to the viewer.
Early childhood development psychologist’s asserted that play was a child’s work.
This ongoing project on children concentrates on the child’s sense of self and development, particularly through play. Often observed and stopped in their tracks to photograph, the work comes from a curiosity at these worlds that adults are excluded from.