My practice, influenced and informed by anatomy and aspects of medical science, refers to the “human condition” – from the tremendous impact of biotechnology to the complexity of the psyche. It is infused with research into rites and traditions, anthropology, ancient and contemporary medical practices, folklore and belief systems.
Alongside an enduring fascination with the mind/body relationship, I have a particular interest in the faith that people invest in objects and in the physical relationships of these objects to our bodies. I hold a BA (Hons) in Fine Art – Sculpture and a Postgraduate Diploma in Art and Psychopathology (Art Therapy).