My interest lies in the relationship between the abstract and the figurative. I begin a piece by drawing. Drawing for me is a personal, intimate, physical form of expression. It is how I think, feel and see the world. Using rhythmic, gestural lines and marks in a physical and intuitive way, exploring kinesthetic form and movement within space.

I see space as infinite, containing layers of experiences, both emotional and physical, holding a glimpse of a memory or feeling. I am drawn to the notion of liminal space: the time between the ‘what was’ and the ‘next’: a place of transition, waiting, and not knowing. It’s this emotional resonance contained within such places that I draw upon in my drawings, paintings, sculptures and installations.