My practice explores how our sense of place is not certain but contingent upon what we believe and what we choose to remember. The work contemplates the margins of urban and rural landscapes such as suburbs, coastlines and agricultural land, and their potential to evoke and obscure the transience of natural and human narratives.

For me the process of making is analogous to the shifting experiences of perception and recollection.   Densely layered and textured paintings expose the tactile process of adding and removing materials; surfaces are rendered pitted, fragmented and incised, suggesting the cumulative and eroding effects of time and exposure.  Sparer works allow for calculated accidents in paint, intimating an initial, fleeting and elusive perception of colour, space and light.