Currently I am really enjoying the formal aspects of my personal artistic practice, I am taking pleasure from the simple act of appraising the aesthetic outcome of the work.
As an artist and particularly a fine artist, recently graduated from Lancaster university with First Class Honours, I have been trained to find meaning and reference within my works.
My practice at the present time is assemblage based with a sculptural core and is often an instinctive response to found materials and how they juxtapose with one another.
I take great pleasure from using objects to create visual language, human association with items and materials often assume expectations of outcomes and challenging these expectations with regards to use and value is both surprising and pleasing. I apply this methodology to the majority of my work at present, making both commercially successful pieces and works which are less likely to end up on a mantelpiece but which give people cause for conversation and thought.