‘By the quiet of the lake he whispered goodbye, snowflakes kisses melting into his tracks as he slipped away behind white dusty lines.' Laura works in narrative, drawing from her own experiences she combines photography with her poetry, bringing to life the written form. Laura’s poems are layered in meaning and symbolism, captivating the attention of the audience: 'Summer creeped in gracefully over the garden gate, perfumed in floral scented notes, unveiling a layer of mist over his gaze'. Through her series 'Chasing butterflies', Laura explores the complexity of Love; its ever- changing faces and the fragility of her characters caught up in the intricacy of this subject, "Sweet peas, iris leaves and common weeds. Forget-me-not. he loves me, he loves me not.' Laura hand makes and sources her props, examples of which can be seen in '95 white butterflies'. Her sets are incorporated into the location bringing to life the mystical creations in which her subjects dwell, opening the path ahead for her viewers to wander.