With a strong interest in built environments, I am inspired by how spaces shape us and make work in response to architecture through drawing to explore how interior spaces make us feel.
Through the tactile action of drawing, I explore my sensory responses, while seeking out hidden, forgotten or reimagined aspects, making connections and prompting conversations. Drawing approaches are often informed by other processes, such as digital, video or printmaking, working with layers to produce outcomes, some of which are installed to enable a more bodily experience of the work.
Recent work is inspired by architectural light and comprises layers of contemporary abstract drawings activated by light in the space. The translucent layers of drawings interact with each other in response to rhythms of natural light, gradually altering the character of the work and revealing different aspects over time.