My work results from an ongoing personal exploration of the environment and the more remote parts of Scotland.
The best journeys are those taken on foot; with or without a map, a long distance or a very short one. Over new ground or through a place that I supposedly ‘know’, this process is the starting point.
I am interested in different approaches (including non-human ones) to understanding and interpreting the environment and beside personal experience and that of others, my research has led me to explore both scientific practice and folklore.
The work I make typically takes the form of sculptures, photographs or drawings. Time, change and the human position in the landscape are my current focus.