I incorporate photography, printmaking, digital imaging, book arts and graphic design in to my art practice.
My main body of work explores human behaviour. I've been producing a series of large-as-life screen prints since 2004.
Together the images offer up multiple perspectives on the ambiguities of ordinary public and private life. Boredom, awkwardness, irresolution, peculiarity, alienation and anticlimax are regular elements of the social landscape.
Everyday rituals and chance encounters reveal re-occurring themes of identity, relationships, queerness, dis/connection and community.