Perspective has a powerful impact on how we understand our environment and ourselves. Using processes of abstraction and collage, I alter everyday materials and popular images in strange ways,  to make them look as though they are between form and formlessness,  where what is expected and what is apparent conflict. Through this transformation of familiar and everyday things, my work offers a new, objective and embodied perspective on the material world that we create and coexist in, one that invites playful questioning of what is real and what is imagined. 

The everyday things I choose to work with are very much artifacts of capitalist culture. Absence and presence, substance and superficiality are important themes in my work that come from a fear of never having enough, and on the other side of that coin, a pleasure in consuming anything at all.