I work in conversation with the Norfolk landscape, exploring the meeting points between inner and outer landscapes. My inspirations are the detail, pattern and processes – reed, mud, wind, wave, erosion, tideline – that combine to form a particular environment.
My interest is in encouraging a more multisensual relationship with the material world around us, and with the non human world in particular. I make work that expresses ideas around the human immersion in their surroundings, and the close interdependencies that exist. Much of my work has involved curating experiences for others that invest those places with new meanings/connections for them.