Working across photography, sculpture and drawing, my work involves creating images which question and interrogate notions of memory and loss, together forming a visual tapestry of discreet, interwoven moments in time.

When looking at photographs that have been left behind, they become subject to enquiry and curiosity.  Their appearance, identity and function changes as they undergo a metamorphosis; from indexical trace to an anonymous object.  It is this interchangeable state of the photograph which my work explores.

Through extractions and enhancements of photographs, I like to leave behind minor faults, indicative clues that perhaps something is missing, to question and provoke the truthful nature of the image. Through digital and physical intervention with the image, I like to reanimate photography, interrogate its nature and significance at a time when the indexical link to its object has all been but erased.