Working under the name of Madiris Photography is Sean Lance. Fascinated by long exposure photography, Sean started taking pictures in his distinct style a few years ago, explaining that he found the product of long exposure photography to resemble chaotic brush strokes on a canvas, and that in his pictures, he feels he has brought a sense of order to that chaos. The technique of long exposure photography can also be known as light painting, and with it Sean creates images of vivid colour, stark contrast and elegant simplicity. He mainly plays with light using glass, but he has also been known to use materials such as plastics, metals, and elements of nature to create his images. He also avoids any sort of post-process photo editing. Sean goes on to explain that he often feels like a mad scientist with his ideas, and that his art provides him with a way to express a love of colour and the notions of order and chaos. Indeed he finds that many of his works fall broadly into the categories of either chaos or order, but acknowledges there are still many that are an odd mixture of both.