To me the most interesting thing to say about sculpture is the process in which it was made - understanding the materials, and the involvement with tools - that lineage of development that leads to something is what is important to me. My work is driven by basic forms and materials. You develop what seems to suit them and fit together. I use simple geometric forms in my sculptures and paintings that were once familiar objects, but become something unfamiliar when I present them, scale and perspective create a trick of the eye. I enjoy thinking about the space around us, how we define and map it. As a result I have used materials that convey this sense of concealing space - i.e sterlingboard, which boards up derelict buildings.
CV & Education
2011 - The Time it Takes the Stranger to see you - collaborative exhibition with David Martin, an insight into the user of internet communication and public interaction, The Motorcycle Showrooms, Bristol, UK
2011 - What will we do when, site-specfic exhibition curated by Jo Lathwood, The Motorcycle Showrooms, Bristol
2010 - Victorian Cloakroom - site specific look at Victorian industrious attitudes and scientific endevour, old Victorian toilets, UK
2012 - Summer Residency / See-Through exhibition, Motorcade/Flashparade, B.V. studios , Bristol, U.K
2012 - Short-Listed Finalist for 67 Wardour Street. Public Art commission, EPR architects, Soho, London
2011 - Mural for courtyard space, Backside project space, Bristol