John Robson is a recent photography graduate from Plymouth College of Art. Interested in personal narratives and journeys, he uses photography as an instrument of self-discovery and as a means to work through difficult times in life. Robson is primarily working with self-portraiture and landscape and within this everyday imagery he seeks out the abstract, the imperfect, the damaged and decaying. A recurring tactic employed by Robson, which increases the enchantment of this work, is the interruption of the image during shooting and processing. By experimenting with techniques and indulging in his obsessions and preoccupations, Robson explores personal and universal questions in the hope of finding his own answers.