Soap Bubble Studies is a long term site-specific project which has been in development since 2010. The project, which has taken place in Morocco, Spain, Australia and Italy, incorporates traditional landscape photography in an array of natural locations that are juxtaposed with man-made soap bubbles. These explorations allow reflection on the fragility, impermanence and varience of life on earth. Each bubble, entirely unique in its composition, lasts for only a minute snapshot in time whilst the natural landscape it exists within continues, seemingly unaffected by the transient suds. To quote Heraclitus, “No man ever steps in the same river twice, for its not the same river and he’s not the same man.” In this regard, Soap Bubble Studies is a call to accept unpredictability.