A B O U T
My work is about the landscape and how we fit within it. I use various mediums, whether time-based and non-permanent, or tangible and lasting. I am interested in ideas around wilderness and the self, the continuous shifts that occur between the physical and conceptual world. In our post-modern globalised societies there are new estrangements and affinities between the human and nonhuman. To make Landscape relevant today I want to move away from seeing my environment as a simply delineated and romanticised Place and more towards it being a complex structure for experience: a cognitive landscape; a sensuous and animate world.
" As the crickets' soft hum / is to us / so are we to the trees / as are they / to the rocks and the hills. "
- Gary Snyder
B I O
NOW - 2019
Spending a month this coming winter in Iceland on the SÍM Artist Residnecy.
Currently holding a studio at Womp Space, Sheffield, and exhibiting locally.
Received a Yorkshire & Humber Visula Arts Network 2019 grant for practice development.
Residency stone carving in Tout Quarry Sculpture Park & Nature Reserve, Portland, Dorset
Studio space at Alscot Park Stables, Warwickshire, and exhibited locally.
Lived and worked on the Ardnamurchan peninsula on the west coast of Scotland.
Studio space at The Newbridge Project, Newcastle upon Tyne.
Artist Residency and member of the creative initiative: The Wild Project in the Czech Republic.
Apprentice to Master Printer, Lee Turner, at Hole Editions, Specialist in Stone Lithography in Newcastle upon Tyne.
Studied Fine Art BA Honours Degree, Newcastle University.
Grew up in the small vilage of Preston-on-Stour in Warwickshire.