Watchtower

A lighthouse shines its all-seeing eye into the vast ocean, beaming a ray of light into the dark unknown to avert risk and protect from danger. As contemporary forms of surveillance become more… Continue reading

Butchered

Stumble across a clearing in the woods where the trees are bleeding having been sacrificed in our increasing consumption of the Earth’s resources. Agriculture and the cultivation of meat is responsible for 75%… Continue reading

InTransit & Hackney Wicked: Nesting Instinct

Sit inside a giant bird’s nest, fantastical in size, and listen to a composed soundscape of juxtaposed environmental sounds. The nest is constructed using traditional weaving techniques, taking inspiration from the way that… Continue reading

Eavesdropping at Walton-on-the-Naze

On Saturday 31 August I went to the seaside town of Walton-on-the-Naze on the East coast to install Eavesdropping. It was part of a sculpture trail along the sea front organised by St-art… Continue reading

Terms & Conditions, + All Eyes on You, Dead Weight and Tetris

From Jan-Feb 2017, I was artist-in-residence at The Auxiliary in Stockton. During that time, I focused on building a body of work that looked at our increasing use of digital (communications) technology, how… Continue reading

The self, the cell, more, new

   When over 1 million selfies are taken and shared online each day, the Internet reveals itself as a widely used tool of identity construction, particularly for young people whose fixation with this… Continue reading

Urban landscape / alone in a crowd

Medium: Acrylic paint, polyfiller, tape, polystyrene, pencil and a compass on hardboard. 60cm x 90cm Living and working in the City of London can be a strange experience. During the week, 330,000 people… Continue reading

Dead pigeons and chandeliers

During October 2015, a new interactive work called Dead Pigeons and Chandeliers was displayed as part of the Poor Door exhibition at A-Side B-Side gallery in Hackney. The work depicts one of the… Continue reading

Brain clouds

Ruin Nation

From 19-21 June, Ruin Nation was shown as part of Doncaster’s arts festival, DNweekeND. Continuing from the series of artworks depicting empty properties in London, Ruin Nation presented new works showing disused, derelict… Continue reading

See. Sit. Sound.

See. Sit. Sound. was commissioned for Chorlton Arts Festival in Greater Manchester. Benches are sociable places to sit. They enable people to sit side-by-side to chat, discuss ideas or watch the world go… Continue reading

New music composition

Transatlantic Pulse – solo percussionist with electronics. Throwing Stones in Glass Houses – flute, clarinet, oboe, violin I, II, cello, vibraphone, bass guitar, live electronics. Performed in Middleton Hall, Hull. In the Age… Continue reading