“Having studied chemistry at university and worked previously as an industrial chemist, when I returned to education to study fine art, my artistic practice was grounded in science and mathematical formulae.
“I became increasingly interested in applying rules and rigid structures to organic processes, looking in particular at biological sequences, equations and games.
“I have worked with canvas, video, found objects, sculpture and photography, and my most recent practice involves laser cutting local bird feathers and driftwood. Combining geometric shapes and patterns with fluid, organic forms and materials is a combination I find particularly interesting.
“As well as making artworks, acrylic badges, and a variety of custom pieces, I run laser cutting workshops at Shore Cottage Studio.”