"Topography displays no favorites; North's as near as West. More
delicate than the historians' are the map-makers' colours."

The Map Elizabeth Bishop

Borders, boundaries, and language, exist throughout my work and have
manifested themselves in my sensibilities as an artist. The repetitive
mark-making within my practice explores the relationship between chaos
and order, and the ways in which it is possible to manipulate or
exaggerate time. I'm interested in creating spaces that translate the
micro and macro perspectives within urban and rural environments, and
introducing a new possibility for the viewer of abstract navigation
through real and imagined terrains.