Generally my work has explored human relationships with the natural or physical environment and the sense of balance between what is physical and what is natural. Recently this has extended to considering how that relationship now includes the digital environment. This often involves the production of temporary landscape based interventions that react with and exploit some principle of an environment for their existence. Usually taking place in remote locations, there is a performance and ritual element to the production of the work. Due to its temporary nature, digital working methods play a role in the documentation and relay of activities.