I’m a multidisciplinary artist working in two and three dimensions across traditional and time-based media.
For me, the overlooked has the most potential.
Working primarily with found materials gathered from abandoned structures, junk shops and roadsides, I create frameworks and forms which reference invisible and intangible aspects of life.
I also work with transitory, passing thoughts, which arise during moments of drifting into, and emerging from, sleep — which I capture before they slip away, allowing me to use them as materials from which to build.
I often incorporate time-based media or electric light into the pieces, many of which include lenses and glass: If the work isn’t illuminated, it might be composed of subtly moving parts. The imagery in my work references dwelling, figure, nighttime, feminine and spiritual issues. The work tends to be curious and playful, yet has an uninhabited quality.