I work across disciplines including photography, painting, collage and sculpture. At the root of my practice is an ongoing fascination with the notion of entanglement – the continuous, cyclical process of emotions, encounters and experiences interlacing and interconnecting and subsequently affecting and intra-acting with mood and memories. Forever concerned with ways of portraying the transient and multi-dimensional layers of these intangible encounters and emotions, I continuously investigate and explore new and improved ways, techniques and materials. Most recently the fragile process of analogue photography has become central to my inquiry and adds a compelling element to the narrative. Just as the human ability to control the entanglement of emotions and experiences is near enough non-existent, through the manual process of analogue photography I futilely endeavour to capture a way to control the uncontrollable whilst ultimately rendering control to the elements. Together with collected, pilfered, found, recycled, repurposed, re-used and always carefully selected objects and materials the analogue images amalgamate to develop a complex sometime surreal dynamic.