Dualistic in imagery, concept and process, my artwork investigates themes that evoke feelings of loss and an acknowledgement of the inevitability of nature, its beauty and decay. I make drawings and sculptural objects, creating a personal context that is empathetic, dislocated and tender. Themes are awkward juxtapositions and visual conundrums about both nature and culture, private and public and identity and landscape. I reconstruct and imitate nature with a sophisticated naïveté, reflecting my concerns about the human body and the natural world. I use a variety of processes, always showing evidence of the human hand.