Much of my work is inspired by the natural world and elements connected with life, movement and change. I am particularly interested in the impermanence of natural processes and the idea that nothing is static or fixed in time – everything is in continual and relative motion. This has led me to explore ways of depicting the movement of time through the use of transient material and natural phenomena. Both offer the potential for change and allow an exchange between prediction and chance.
Within my own practice I am keen to explore more innovative possibilities through printmaking by combining traditional methods with contemporary techniques and extending 2D imagery into 3D form.
Camera-less and lens based photography are often used as a means of capturing or fixing in time the very act of change. Mould-making and casting techniques are sometimes used to extend and develop ideas.
All prints photopolymer intaglio with relief, edition of 10, 420 x 300mm.