Perpetually drawn to interior space and the way in which light can alter our perceptions of what can appear mundane, transforming it into something more special, I realize that it is not the high drama of life that captures my attention, rather the everyday, repetitive routines and rituals that ensure our survival.From the cradle to the grave we share similar experiences, processed in our own unique way which encapsulates culture and identity. In exploration of domestic space, real and imaginary, I hope to find an empathy with the viewer as we recognize similarities and celebrate the differences in our day to day life. The absence of presence remains an important feature of my work allows me to focus on the subject with the the viewer to bringing their own experiences into play. It is more important to me to elicit an emotional response rather than a realistic interpretation of place. I am influenced by historical and contemporary artists such as Vermeer, Agnes Martin, Sam Taylor-Wood.
Currently studying for a Fine Art Degree