Distanced from nature, our experiences in large cities are largely based on the landscaped, constructed environment. Urban Vistas is a document and inquiry of the urban tree, photographed between 2009-2019. The vistas in the series are generic; London, Paris, Berlin, Brussels, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Oslo, Malmo, Vilnius, Riga, Helsinki and Warsaw blur into a single Megalopolis. The protagonist in the series, the urban tree, designed to fit within the concrete pavements and glass buildings seems an afterthought, forever constrained. Landscape reveals society's aspiration and its ability to transform the environment. As our cities are becoming more globalised, more formulaic, the same is happening to the trees in our cities. The series aims to invite us to become more aware of the arrangement of urban space, and to consider our place within. Here is a selection of the body of work.