"I use oil paint to express my experience of Knapdale. The paintings are often abstract and non-representational, sometimes with visual anchors of sea, sky or land, to offer the viewer the opportunity to reconnect with their own emotional memories of being in nature. Through the work I am aiming to find a visual language using colour and mark-making which conveys the particular elemental beauty and quality of light in this corner of Argyll."
"Artworks made on wood by painting or pyrography relating to the pattern of the grain. I love working alongside the growth rings either using them in the composition or using the spaces in-between. Some of these works remind me of contour lines on maps but instead of them showing differentiations in height they capture the tree meandering and spiralling through time and the elements. "
"These photo compositions document colour, beauty and impermanence. Some focus on natural and made circles in nature, some on changes of weather and light, and some on comparisons and differences between flora and fauna, capturing them in one particular moment in time."