I make art because I am optimistic. Dog’s teeth, disembodied legs, kitchen tiles, plant pots, blue splots and glitter-covered-bunting contest the shifting surfaces of my paintings. I smuggle things in and hide away others, always hoping the work will spring something unexpected upon me. 

 

I utilise a wide variety of media in attempt to breach the picture plane and in extension, the dream-like nature of reality. I am playful, and material experimentation allows for the subject of my work to remain emergent.

I anticipate my imagination's own agency and let images come forward from the inside out. I make art because I am optimistic.