My multidisciplinary work combines an interest in how the natural and built environments intersect in ways that give shape to the transient movements and structures which comprise our daily lives. Using a language of abstraction, I work to give form to the enigmatic forces which surround us creating a place to consider our sense of both a strange and familiar world.
My process of working invites chance and an active engagement in the moment of creation. By developing specific methods as opposed to outcomes, I remain open to the unexpected possibilities within the development of any particular work or series. Throughout all the various bodies of work that form my practice, there is an ongoing interest in ecosystems that draw on our interconnections within the natural world we inhabit.