What I Do

Quotidian by nature, I use photography, installation, drawing and collecting to map experience. I take a granular approach: my eye focuses on mundane activities, on traces of human inhabitance, on fleeting moments in the daily commute. I shoot, take notes, observe, draw, listen and make use of online platforms to create specific blogs for projects, teaching and work.

Photography, installation and a slightly obsessional gathering process are at the heart of my art practice. They often combine to form large-scale audience participatory works investigating consumption, futility, pleasure and the power of overload. I work with a variety of media including drawing, installation, print and web. You can find more information about my work by visiting specific projects that have taken me across the globe.