My image archive stems from a serious, almost forensic interest in how images are made, how they’re formed both physically and theoretically. I’m interested in making things that explore how we all remember and idealise each other.
I am a painter, the natural landscape is my subject and my works are executed on paper with silkscreen, oil and various materials or on birch panel with mixed media. Nature as metaphor for experience of light and shadow within ourselves.
In my work I am exploring traditional arts, and themes as they relate to and fit in with today's
digital, ultra-connected society. My most recent work takes this a step further and relates these
themes to one's sense of self.
I am a video artist working with appropriated and representational imagery to navigate a world that has been digitized, categorized and full of content that is easily available but without context or history.
Working with a variety of media my work weaves together visual poetry and
storytelling to create images that are intense in their presence, and through their
narrative content, materiality and composition, aggressively attract the viewe