I was born in Pembrokeshire, Wales where the arts, it's geological landscape and biological make-up have it seems, subliminally seeped into my being and heavily influence my work. I have a multidisciplinary background and work as both a scientist and a photographic artist which adds a cohesiveness and curiosity to my image-making. Working collaboratively with research institutions or simply producing my own projects often reveals layers of scientific research combined with the landscape.
My work might be useful in its fine art form, for a record cover, or to be incoporated into any media form.
The mapped landscape revealed in the images often acts as a vessel to transport the story in a certain time, communicate the ambiguous and the unknown, creating a safe place for the viewer to absorb the information. It acts a background onto which I position the micro and the macro of the internal and external human landscape. The repetitive nature of the images reveals the constantly repeated events and the sets of images are produced often as a photographic scientific experiment catalogued for success or failure and reflected in its numbering. The abstraction recognises areas of ambiguity explored often through topography and geometrical shape and removes the onerous requirement of controls and variables leaving space for subjective expression.