The Old Road, today more commonly known as the North Downs Way was once the route of pilgrim’s journeying to Canterbury. It now begins in Farnham, Surrey and sits hidden amongst the sound of onrushing traffic at the side of the A31. Walking along a section of this ancient route to Guildford I photographed discoveries found along the way, the collision of modern life and the rural landscape. The untamed landscape that is present in some images contrasts with the scattered idiosyncrasies of civilisation.
The photographs have then been combined with extracts from the Canterbury tales, creating dual narratives running through the sequence of images. This juxtaposition offers added meaning to the work as the two narratives do not always relate, inviting the viewer to make their own conclusion.