I frequently utilise everyday materials, video and drawing to create my work. My videos are often performative and feature me as the actor. Currently they aim to be humorous on the surface but mask a dark underbelly. I am very interested in the idea of a façade, something which appears harmless, funny and quotidian masking some form of passive aggressiveness that cannot necessarily be fathomed. Recently the sculptural work has begun to fully incorporate a sense of schism and aftermath; the video has begun to lean towards the carnal and/or deadpan.

My presence in the work is important  because I can readily respond to concerns that I have more quickly, and more intuitively than somebody else. I also believe the process of making to be in-contravertibly linked to the artist concerned, and I try to embrace this and literally give a bit of myself to the work.