Striving to connect the realms of micro and macro, representation and abstraction, I work across printmaking, drawing, and watercolour to create work about being in the landscape and the experience of wonder and mutability that comes with a close and patient observation of nature. Currently focusing on sheer cliff faces, eroded gullies and twisted trees - fallen or teetering on the precipice, my work speaks to power, impermanence and the precarious state of our natural environment.

Travelling widely, my active exploration of ‘wilderness’ areas by foot, kayak and raft has resulted in an enduring fascination with dramatic rock formations as humbling signifiers of elemental dynamism and geological time. Progressively, I am interested in the difficult beauty of the Australian landscape, in grappling with signs of rawness and damage, as well as capturing moments of transcendence where the earth itself appears alive with layers of complexity.