My art practice is mainly comprised of sound installation and painting. In my sonic sculptures and installations I explore sound as a medium to navigate space and memory, particularly ritual spaces such as churches and stone circles. Using raw recorded noise and musical structures, my sound pieces articulate environments by amplifying neglected and overlooked sounds, or by recreating soundscapes in recontextualised settings. My painting work explores existentialist themes predominantly through figures in ambiguous relationships within void-like spaces.
I also enjoy making more commercial or traditional pieces, mainly pencil drawings.