I work predominantly in the mediums of drawing, printmaking, and installation. My practice attempts to translate everyday intangible ideas and encounters into solid yet delicate form. Responding to environment, material and my own personal position in the world I explore spatial and ontological concerns through a meditative, reticent economy of means. I often seek to interpret the macro through the micro by using simple, somewhat banal objects and materials to describe universal relationships between land, time and the human condition. I am interested in how things exist in space and the methodologies used to articulate what is beyond sight. Through the work I endeavour to record time and to capture the quiet tensions and harmonies that occur in nature and in the self. Existing somewhere between a science experiment and a spiritual ritual, the work hovers between coming into being and coming undone.