My work is not confined to any single medium or material. In my sculptural practice I often combine a wide variety of materials such as stainless steel, plastic, card-board, ceramic, glass, video and photography. I utilize familiar subject matter such as human figure, body parts, television sets, bottles, inorganic rubbish and animals.
I am interested in how the familiar subject can be represented in a way that displaces the original meaning and imbues the subject with new and unfamiliar meanings. My work deals with issues of ambiguity and the uncanny yet it is strongly connected to the social, economical and political environment I live in.
I have had substantial experience producing and realizing a number of large-scale ambitious art works and installations for public and private locations. This has involved all aspects of the process; conceiving, developing and making, installing and managing each of the projects.
I have worked closely with curators, architects, engineers and councils to ensure the project is realized with artistic integrity, within the budget and on time. I run a large-scale industrial workshop where I make most of my work. I also work closely with manufacturers and trades people to ensure the highest standard of workmanship is applied.