My work is centred around the complexity of drawing. Scale and material properties are very important and provide the key experimental core.
Currently I am developing these ideas in topographic and botanical terms with elements from landscape and nature.
I find inspiration and connectivity in the surprising revelations which are exposed with the free use of materials and magnification of familiar objects.

I graduated from Kingston University in 2005 with an MA (Disinction) in Drawing and have since curated and participated in a wide range of exhibitions.
My work has been accepted for the National Art open exhibition and is currently held in european collections.

I am currently a part time lecturer on the foundation course at Kingston College.