About my Arts Practice

Found object Sculpture
Digital Media

Bachelor of Arts (ART), Curtin University of Technolgy, WA


Exploring the intersections between art and science, I like to create new ways of working with environmental data in order to develop works that capture and create sites of ecological observation.  

As an artist I am intrigued with the idea of connection, and work across a range of media including assemblage, installation and digital media to explore connections and relationships with the natural world in a way that evokes curiosity and reflection.  I believe that the art/science field provides a powerful catalyst to challenge our discourse, raise environmental awareness and promote conservation of our ecology; by providing new ways of 'seeing' and creating new 'connections' in the mind of the viewer.

I am currently working with Mycologists from the Queensland Herbarium, undertaking an arts/research project entitled 'Unseen'.  Continuing on from "The Plant Room' project in 2013 and "Beyond the Seed" project 2014, I am exploring fungi that grows alongside the endangered Melaleuca irbyana with reference to potential mycorrhizal associations between species.

I completed my Bachelor of Arts (ART) at Curtin University, Western Australia and have works held in both public and private collections.  I have exhibited widely in both solo and selected group exhibition; and also have my work feature in both state and national touring exhibitions.