Centred around the production of temporary sculptural landscape interventions, my creative practice considers our relationship with the different environments we inhabit. I use audio and lens based recording media in both analogue and digital formats to explore a contemporary response to landscape.
My current focus investigates the rich metaphorical potential of nature to relate to our current existence, and the ways in which we interpret information to define our understanding of the universe, through historical records, research and scientific discovery.
Shifting between a series of material, aesthetic and philosophical concerns. Documentation and publication play a key role in recording these ephemeral manipulations of physical space.