I am interested in landscape (both rural and urban) and the minutiae of everyday living, the network of our day-to-day world. I reinterpret aspects of the everyday to make pieces that people can respond to, and that feel different, new, yet somehow familiar.
I look for the transitional elements between light and dark, hidden and seen. I love the thought that a mundane and unconsidered material can become something else entirely, yet still with traces of its origins. My art practice is an ongoing exploration of the possibilities in found and foraged materials, plastics, fabrics, wood, stones and metals, and observations of my everyday.