My work attempts to describe a personal form of psychogeographic study– the relation of one’s own body to the space they inhabit, interact with, and navigate. When a viewer encounters my work, I hope to trigger the recognition of a new path or vantage point, a potential movement, or interactions with surface and environment. The balance between the formal and functional aspects of the work often elicits those interactions. My intention is to convey these ideas using ecologically sensitive methods which communicate notions of sustainability and resilience.
Originally from the United States, I have been based in London since 2006, having completed my MFA from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2008. My work has been exhibited internationally, with installations – several which remain in situ – in countries including Australia, China, Finland, Morocco, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States.