I’ve identified as an artist since I could speak. It’s been a long journey to fully embody that title.
And yet it doesn’t quite hold it all. I also look to design, philosophy and expanded psychology as more than influences.
My creative identity continues to evolve as I work across public art, through a context-responsive and socially engaged outlook, as well as with processes of weaving, new media, painting, form-based practices and research.
Through my work I reflect on our relationship to resources and environments. My ongoing investigation with plastics has produced over ten public art installations and transformed over 100kg of salvaged plastic. An emerging theme in my work is navigating knowledge and information, through and across the natural and digital worlds.