Making work which responds to what I have seen, read, or experienced forms the basis of my practice. This often involves responding to Museum collections, places of historic interest, or the natural world. I live by the Thames estuary and have a particular interest in the sea and these liminal spaces.
I believe art is a visual conversation, helping to facilitate questions and reflections about ourselves and our place in the world. Ideas are explored through walking, reading, observing, and drawing.
The book form is where all these interests come together. Artist books form the centre of my practice. Utilising my background in Fine Art, I love to combine experimental mark making with realistic drawings. Unique artist books are produced by carefully selecting the structure to match the content of each book.
"Art is about making visible what has touched us in the world"