Across the breadth of our short existence, humankind has forged relationships with ice in the name of adventure, wisdom, conflict and religion. Present-day geology has enabled us to examine these frozen giants, but failed to dislodge our unshakeable awe in knowing the natural and phenomenal moving landscapes that existed long before humankind. Glaciers, defined by being able to move under their own weight, are flowing timelines; a transparent archive of past, present and future territories. Comprising an otherworldly and evocative series of prints ranging in size, Moving, Melting, Mountain was shot in and around Iceland. The images present striking contrasts, revealing relationships and characters both human and natural at opposing scales. Placed side by side, the remote figures and landscapes appear familiar and alien, isolated and intimate in their fragility.