The Frozen (in time) images are analogous with photography, a photograph freezes and preserves time. Yet whilst appearing to offer eternal life photographs also record the ageing process of loved ones; and of oneself. Ice preserves, similarly a photograph is taken to keep a memory alive however, analogue photographs are fragile easily destroyed objects that eventually fade and decay. The damage caused by the ice mimics the progression of film, how over time it degrades. A reminder too of the inevitable physical disappearance to which we are all destined. The ice also acts as a metaphor for memory, whilst we can gaze into the past it remains nevertheless an unreachable place, and is impossible to penetrate. The images are equivocal and rather like memories are open to interpretation.