My practice is an exploration of bioscience and the interactions between humans, animals and plants.

I am interested in our current relationship with the natural world which I feel much more connected with since moving from the city into a more rural location.

I like to emulate the sense of awe and wonder associated with the cabinets of curiosities that were first established in the seventeenth century in an attempt to categorise and tell stories about the wonders of the natural world and offering a strange link between ancient myth and scientific reality.