Over the years my work has developed into an intermedia art practice using sculpture, the photographic image, video and sound as connections to the natural world. Always present, the land itself, becomes the catalyst for the artwork. It reflects the precarious state of nature and our fundamental relationship to the environment and its creatures.
Wherever I have lived or traveled, I have always looked for the connections which link human interactions with the environment. This has been nurtured by a deep respect for the earth and our ever-overwhelming need to conserve resources.
Art should stir and inform those who experience it. For me it must also foster an awareness, which reveals consciousness and purpose.