I am hugely inspired by the constantly changing cycles of life which I poignantly experience every day as a country-dweller in rural Angus, Scotland.  Surrounded by views of woodland, hills, mountains and the North Sea - not forgetting the sunsets and moonrises over these panoramic horizons - I am moved to explore and observe the rhythms in flora, fauna and humankind. 

By using archaeomythology as an interdisciplinary tool of research, my practice evokes the enigmatic matriarchal cultures of prehistory; giving meaning to what western civilisation has forgotten in the cycles of life, death and regeneration. 

I record these experiences by way of performative lens-based, sonic, sculptural ceramic and print-making works using natural materials and processes wherever possible.