I make abstract metal sculptures based on composite geometric forms that explore how our internal experiences interact with the world. I work in sheet metal, sometimes coloured and sometimes left raw. My work is crisp and calm and the spaces within it are as important as the forms themselves.
My sculptures are ‘thoughts along a way’. Made to contribute to my thinking rather than as conclusions in themselves, they are ‘punctuation marks’ in an on-going dialogue between thinking, writing and making with each discipline contributing to a more rounded understanding.