ARTWORKS

HEY SIRI, ALEXA, CORTANA! (2018 - )

‘I was nine when I discovered Seurat’s dazzling ‘A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte’, and daringly cut the picture out of the family encyclopedia. Social parades have always intrigued me. The mannequins are from Zara shop windows.

CATALOGUE ESSAY


'BE PREPARED' (2011 - 2017)

We’re bombarded with self-help promises and well-meaning mantras. Daily life decisions become epic adventures.

CATALOGUE ESSAY


'LA VIE EN ROSE' (2014 - 2017)

Cleaning is a labour of mythological proportions, like Sisyphus endlessly rolling an immense boulder up a hill only for it to roll back down when it almost reaches the top, repeating the action for eternity…

CATALOGUE ESSAY


DAILY HEROINES

Reinventing Dutch genre painting from the 17th century, women travel from the home into the great outdoors…


'PROTECT ME'

Spikes can both protect and repel.  Schopenhauer's describes two hedgehogs trying to stay warm on a bitter winter's day. When they get too close they ‘spike’ each other; too far apart they risk freezing to death. It’s like the dilemmas of human relations.

Limited edition photographs

100cm perspex mounted diasec (edition of 3 +1AP);

80 cm on heavy cotton rag paper (edition of 5+1AP);

40cm on heavy cotton rag paper (edition of 10 + 2AP)


ARCHIVE SELECTION (2008 - 2012)

Works held in private and public collections

 
 

ARCHIVE SELECTION (2000 - 2007)

Works held in public and private collections