The inspiration for my art comes from the emotional energies I experience in my daily existence. My work reflects my endless fascination for the contours and
rhythms of the natural and man-made landscape around me. I create stratified, highly textural artworks by fusing discarded and recycled materials with a variety of mixed media using
self-developed techniques. My objective is to convey alternative perspectives of figurative imagery which resonate with the observer but often only emerge when viewed repeatedly over
Stimulus comes from everyday observations of objects and structures, such as the pattern created by a woodpile, the furrows in a ploughed field or the repeated symmetry within an architectural feature, seascape or landscape. My love of old maps, satellite imagery, facades, favelas and archaeological records all serve to inspire me and the movement of crowds, flocks, herds and shoals within delineated spaces can also be found in my art.