Recently yes, my work has been orientated around journeys. I became fascinated by the idea of reaching a given point A to point B, whether the distance long or short, whether by foot or by bike, but always a physical challenge. Naturally my work became about documenting these experiences, for example Feral Fjords, as you mention. I found this series particularly challenging. Firstly, considering that my visual environment is usually that of an urban landscape, my eye is naturally drawn to architectural line, form, light and shadow. Yet in Iceland I found myself predominately in a natural environment, challenging my perception of subject matter and composition. Secondly challenging was the involuntary fight between photographing and cycling. Feral Fjords was the documentation of a cycling tour around the circumference of Iceland cycling between ten to twelve hours per day, and sometimes more. The series developed into a documentation of the journey itself, the relationships we built amongst each other and the respect we found for the natural yet destructive beauty of Iceland.