I've long been interested in the way motion and slow shutter speeds combine to create unseen landscapes. Arcs of stars in the night sky. Phantom contours of wind-blown leaves. Streaks of rushing water. In this book of photographs, I take the standard photographic formula – motionless camera and moving subject – and stand it on its head. By moving the camera and its open shutter through a (usually) stationary landscape, I've found a completely different world.