For me drawing is the most direct way of translating the experience of what I see and feel. I am interested in how the eyes, hand and memory together can produce a visual lie, and enthusiastically embrace the resulting documentation of wrongness. In a world saturated by digital imagery, somehow the memories and sense of space and time produced in a drawing, feel truer, more visceral, and are more easily recalled, than through photographic media. 

Thematically, I pursue themes surrounding human relationships- in particular those of connection and disconnection. I am also interested in process and the physical presence of a drawing- engaging with impermanence and transience through material and method; how the information in a drawing can change through different representations & media. 

Expressing, processing, misremembering and rewriting.

Misbehaviours on paper.