“My practice explores human interventions within the landscape, focusing on anomalies that may usually go unnoticed. My work is charged with visual information that makes reference to the Anthropocene. I am interested in ways of visualising the epoch, and recognising the mechanisms in place that are responsible for current turbulence.
Alongside this, I am interested in the politics of images within our current climate of mass circulation and distribution. Exploring the hierarchy of images, from ‘poor image’ to ‘perfect’.
Working through printmaking, photography and an interest in materials, individual works come together as responsive installations.”