I regularly draw inspiration from historical practices, social rituals and the parallels between the modern world and myths of the past. I am interested in exploring our multi sensory relationship to the world around us as well as the relation between our conscious and unconscious mind and how this can expand further from the human to non-human.
My work often shifts in perspective from macro to micro, drawing the viewer in with hidden details of ‘guardian’ faces. The work is playful and I often create characters which have different personalities exploring the transitory nature of these states. They act as deities, that build a relationship between the world we know and ruptured states between consciousness or the unfamiliar.