My work is involved in trying to understand human relationships with nature.

I use research into history, mythology, prehistoric culture, landscape, plants, stones and life to offer ideas of a space that can be used to engage with the exchange between nature and culture, negating that dualism and attempting translations between the realities of the elemental world (stones, plants, air and water) and ideas of places, stories and things; getting lost where we attempt to locate ourselves within nature.

My work exists across sculpture, drawing, installation, print, photography & writing.