My practice is predominantly painting (sometimes expanded painting) visual stories. Within my process there is an intentional use of loose expressive mark making and imposing a grid either painted, cut or masked into the work.
This is a response to the natural and manmade landscapes we inhabit, and the push and pull as time passes.
My paintings walk along an invisible line between representation and abstraction, a balancing act of memory and imagination which creates an intersection between one thing and another. This ambiguity is how I explore the binary tension that is fundamental to life and death, both provisional and permanent.