My practice is formed on the foundations of craft, as a space where people and materials meet. The pieces created in my studio stem from moments of awe in nature. These translate into artworks made in the materials of my background training, textiles and wood. Each object is made by hand with a particular focus on surface, colour, and repetition.
However, these works are intended for touch and play as much as aesthetics. As experiential works are not reliant on sight, or the comprehension of a concept to be understood, they have the pontential to include audiences often excluded from exhibitions. Many of the projects in my portfolio are designed with institutions and their visitors, or based in knowledge from co-design processes with audiences. In a nutshell, this is material-based art, concerned with how craft can bring about opportunities for connection and play for all.