I am an artist, designer, filmmaker and writer; and make works about landscape, society and the way we share spaces.
I originally graduated and worked as a graphic designer before later moving into landscape design, film and writing. More recently I completed an MA in Graphic Communication Design at Central St Martins, where I was finally able to draw all those fields together.
My projects focus on everyday things that hide in plain sight, like objects in the landscape or words in our language, to examine the larger societal forces at work behind them. The themes I explore tend to bleed from one project into another, and this is why my work is divided here into Projects, Process and Artefacts.
Projects are relatively self-contained, but they often contain the seeds of projects that come later; while Process tracks these ideas as they take shape and consolidate. Artefacts, meanwhile, encompass collections of material, discrete mini projects, or favourite elements from larger ones that have long since been filed away. In each case they carry visual or written markers for thought processes that resonate or reappear in work I make later.
Pixel portrait by G Hartley.