Gray's School of Art
Having graduated from Gray's School of Art in 2019, my practice has become a multi-disciplinary one; ranging from photography, print, sculpture and audio visual pieces. It searches through connections we have to the natural world through found objects, natural objects and manmade objects.
Experimenting through materiality, sound and spoken word, my practice seeks to investigate the human relationship with our environments; and in turn deep-time and collective memory through contemporary art. Through the geologic spaces on land and the ocean, my practice questions the impossible and possible occupancy of positive and negative space. Applying this to the aestheticization of human made materials and natural materials juxtaposed as organic matter.