New ideas are constantly emerging in Alice's creative brain, so she came up with the idea of 'having Claire pose in abandoned buildings. This unique idea resulted in a series called ‘Furbex’, urbex photography with a furry twist. A snow-white Bull Terrier photographed in environments where ferns, moss and fungi cover floors, walls and ceilings. In environments where thick layers of dust cover the abandoned belongings of the last residents. The photographs look surreal, yet Claire poses in such a way she gives the impression she assumes the role of the former inhabitants. Part of her process is trying to capture a piece of the soul of these places, Claire and Alice can spend quite some time just walking the rooms and sitting at specific spots to ‘catch’ the atmosphere before they start to photograph. The walls, silent witnesses of love and friendship, of sorrow, hatred and sometimes even murder. The way nature takes over these buildings, how ivy penetrates the interiors, where moss has replaced the carpets, where small trees start to grow on roofs, shows that everything is perishable. You will not find such an atmosphere anywhere else, decay is fascinating. The lighting is of great importance, in the scarce light shutter speeds of one, two or sometimes even six seconds are required while Claire is posing in rooms where daylight does its utmost to penetrate.