I have found an authentic voice working with the land, listening and creating a language that is unique and reflects my connection to the rural landscape. My sculptural work is temporal and vital. Sometimes visible, and then not. It can only be seen at a certain place at a certain time of day. It is unlikely to be seen again. It is this brief moment of connecting with a stranger that intrigues me. How small gestures woven in the landscape can inform humanity—these thoughts, hopes and whispers are the foundation of my practice.
Language is the breath of life.