I am interested in beginnings and endings and all that happens in between. In particular the heightened moments of catastrophe and how irrelevant other moments can seem when placed next to them, or viewed in context of. I aim to distort this sense of importance within my art making, playing with the accustomed placements which take place in the natural world.
An important aspect of my practice is the freedom of imagination. Although my appropriated images go though the change in mediums, they retain most of their original form and identity. By using techniques of scale and proportion I am able to create mindscapes with these images which could not function in the physics of our current world.
I live in Auckland, New Zealand and received my BFA at Whitecliffe College of Art and Design in 2011.