Judith’s aesthetic as a photographer is difficult to describe – she says “I react to beauty sometimes present in the most unusual and ordinary places and people.” Her early training schooled her in the complexities of light and dark and the endless possibilities of texture, form, colour and balance. New technology led Judith to a wider and richer understanding of digital imaging, its artistic possibilities and its pivotal place in the ongoing history of photography. Both Judith’s photographic images and sculptural pieces are intertwined in an abstract way. “It’s about being able to imagine looking behind the image as if it is three-dimensional.”