Silent Memory is a International Award Winning lyrical photographic travelogue. It is founded in the frameworks of architecture and fine art in both Eastern Europe and Russia.

The Project is an investigation into the architectural transition from a devastated post World War II environment, through communism to the capitalist manifestations of the present.

Transported onto a multi-staged voyage from Berlin via Poland to Moscow, one experiences the subtle and sublime elements of a sinister history. An intimate exploration of these complex countries is represented through symbolic locations, from blood red ex-soviet cinemas through to modern architectural structures confronting Germany's contemporary history.

A clinical visual aesthetic predominates, infusing the work with a chilling sense of modern isolation.

International Color Awards, Photography Masters Cup, Architectural Category Winner, 2007