My work previously has seen found objects manipulated in a way which responds to the space in which it is placed. They have imposed the space, encouraging the viewer to walk around (or through) them and engage whilst simultaneously conveying feelings of awkwardness, uncertainty or unsettlement. In so doing, I have aimed to reflect the nature of both the internal and external spaces we occupy, ranging from the anxieties towards the current climate crisis and our deteriorating environment to uncertainties about ourselves and our relationships. As a result, the everyday, neglected objects take on an anthropomorphic presence, becoming installations which actively, perhaps even intellectually, converse with the viewer.  Such themes are those I wish to continue pursuing in my practice.