Photographs furnish evidence. Something we hear about, but doubt, seems proven when we're shown a photograph of it.
- Susan Sontag
What began as a collection of images gathered as evidence of Andrew's experiences living abroad in Portugal became a response to the increasingly polarizing and uncertain perception of science in popular culture. Each photograph in this series was chosen as a source of evidence for a particular scientific concept or phenomenon. With these landscapes Andrew also explores a narrative that is larger than the human experience. It is his belief that attempting to explain the circumstances of the world does not dull our sense of wonder, but deepens it. Each photograph is therefore a culmination of art and science, of experience and awe, and of evidence.