My practice forms an investigative process. I am interested in recording, collecting and organising. I look at everyday things, objects, spaces, landscapes, and manipulate representation and qualities, making situations seem more apparent, close, slight or transient. Drawings, collages and recordings explore and recall representation. Some works are legible, nameable while others suggest familiar forms, structures and fabrics. Works are often multiple and run into one another, even if the space or landscape changes. The work attempts to engage with ideas of impermanence, history, fragility, memory and movement. Where one reality fades and becomes unstable, another begins to emerge more fully, just as light changes to illuminate or hide.