My practice investigates how the creative act reforms relationships with nature during periods of technological dominance. Ongoing interests are the notions of surface distance, from the relationship between humans, the environment and particular boundary points, especially that of water and earth, to the material surface of the photographic image and aesthetic distance.
My research methodology originates from a geographical, mythological and historical foundation.
The current studio work is an exploration of the landscape genre, focusing on fragmentation and collection. This visual dialogue is about the act of looking at landscape, our sense of place within this frame of seeing and the materiality of the photograph.
CV & Education
Qualifications and training
2006 - MA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins School of Art and Design, London
2003 - BA (Hons) Fine Art, Sir John Cass School of Art, London Metropolitan University, London
2011 - CAST, PayneShurvell, London
2010 - Non-Native Invasive, The Firestation Centre for Arts & Culture, Windsor
2012 - The Tomorrow People, Elevator Gallery, London
2010 - A Bright And Guilty Place, PayneShurvell, London
2010 - Preambles and Perambulations , Charles Dickens Museum, London
2009 - Salon09, Matt Roberts Arts, London, UK
2007 - ‘The HA Project & HA Projection No.2', LEO Gallery & Pinnan alla, Helsinki, Finland
2007 - Start making the most of your memories, Novas Gallery, London
2005 - AA2A Scheme/grant, Photography Dept, London Metropolitan University, London
2007 - PCF Artist's Residency, The Pouch Cove Foundation, Pouch Cove, Newfoundland, Canada
2007 - The HA Project, A collaborative web-based project with Finnish artist, Hannah Korhonen, Supported by Artselector