My work explores themes of abandonment, the hidden, but also resilience and growth.
I begin by exploring deserted spaces, and the objects left behind, be it for sentimental or superstitious reasons. I often photograph windows, perhaps as portals, a potential escape, but also as barriers - the images often evoke isolation.
Shadows are integral element. I am interested in grey areas, the blurred ideas of memory and truth. Layering and obscured imagery are often features. I use layers of printed glass.
I also incorporate layers of ceramic slips and glazes over decals, to produce cracked imagery. I use abstract/organic lines to references a fragmented history. Roots reappear in my own mark making. I am creating things that appear damaged, but yet hopeful.