I aim to continue exploring techniques, materials and my imagination to create menacing and playful, strange yet familiar figurative sculptures, which form narratives that remain mysterious, and invite the audience to create their own stories.
Anthropomorphic hybrid figures combine a balance of mythology and classical sculpture caught in a moment in time. Questionable poses and unusual props present a dusty historical tableau in which everything is symbolic and open to conjecture.
Working with materials such as wire, metal, paper and plaster provides a rawness and simplicity that allows ideas to grow rapidly in scale and ambition. They give the work an unfinished quality, drawing attention to the materiality, rather than perfection or accuracy that can blur the focus on emotion.