My practice strives to preserve and celebrate narrative and personal histories. Using found emphera I piece together ambiguous stories that can connect with different viewers. Anonymity is created to allow others to project their own memories and experiences

Through my current body of work I have been exploring and developing different mark making techniques to give life to figures found in photographs, and also using this to play with line quality of handwritten text. Developmental studies into Slip decorating have been used to replicate colours of decay and show spontaneity of the making, as well as moments in our life.

Sitting on the line between contemporary craft practice and fine art, I create wall pieces with related jewelery items and also small mixed media assemblages. Through my designer-maker practice, it is important that every piece of work tells and communicates a narrative that may speak and share to somebody else.

 

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