My practice explores the world of ambiguous imagery through the lens of photography, and photo-mechanical print processes. I am interested in creating deeply mysterious monochromatic images which seem recognisable, yet also generate a wealth of uncertainty; imagery that is open to more than one interpretation and which has no obvious meaning.
My imagery is often in monochrome suggesting to the viewer that the everyday material is something in the past. Digital print and lithography are my main methods of working which all have innate familiarity with the materials in hand. It is this combination and dialogue across print languages which excites me. In bringing together digital and traditional printmaking the image becomes ambiguous; the viewer is in a creative engagement with the image far more than through an easy initial recognition and identification of the image. Therefore, the act of seeking forces the viewer to be pro-active, in search of the space within the imagery.