These landscapes are an attempt to make tangible something which cannot be held, drawn from both memories of real places and dreams of those not yet explored.
The accumulation of layers of considered yet fluid and expansive mark making translate into images referring to nature.
Shapes become hills rocks, clouds and water or flicker between one reading and another.
By entering these immersive spaces we are transported to places existing alongside our current reality, deepening our visual experience and ultimately prolonging our individual experience of landscape.
“I search for those moments surrounded by nature that are entirely detached from modernity. Those that enable a state of hyper awareness and allow a deeper, more focused vision – a feeling of immersion that gives access to subtle details in nature that are otherwise too easily overlooked.”