My work is involved in trying to understand human relationships to things in nature.
I use research into history, mythology, prehistoric culture, early writing, landscape,
plants, stones and life to build the foundations of a space that can be used to investigate
the porous border between nature and culture, questioning that dualism and attempting
a translation between the reality of the elemental world (its stones, plants, air and water)
and ideas of places, stories and things; trying to get lost in the interpretive ambiguities
involved in attempting to locate ourselves within nature.
My work exists across drawing, sculpture, print, photography, installation & writing.