The main inspirations behind my work are memory, place, and experience. These are often explored through two-dimensional visual work; primarily video, writing, drawing and painting. I aim to explore personal and collective understanding of common human experience; such as memory and nostalgia, with accessibility and mental health as undercurrents of my work. Inspired by personal experience, I attempt to create a feeling of connection and relatability to the audience.
My practice is structured and consistent; a primary focus of building my skills in materials and processes I am already familiar with. The way I work also greatly accommodates me and my accessibility needs as a disabled artist.
I aim to make the viewing of my work as accessible as possible, residing online on social media, as this is free and easily available for working class and disabled audiences.