A digital artist exploring an ecological consciousness of Earth’s aeonic timespan and the biosphere's evolution and sustainability in the face of anthropogenic destruction and climate change.
I am an artist, curator and researcher. Creatively, I work with digital media in both still and moving images in immersive installations and screenings in site-specific, gallery and cinematic locations and in print installations. I focus mainly on projects in public art galleries and centres and in non-gallery, site-specific installations in unusual venues and locations.
I have worked within Science/Art collaborative and research projects at centres including King’s College London and University College London on issues of liminal visual and temporal consciousness in lens-based and time-based practice. I also lecture on visual art within a Medical Humanities context at King’s College London.
For over a decade I have increasingly pursued a commitment to ecological issues in both my creative and research practice. I live and work between a studio in London and a base in the far northwest of Scotland where I am involved in organisations and activism focusing on the preservation and regeneration of the marine ecology.
Embedded in the experience of this remote and elemental landscape, the core issues in my work are an ecological consciousness of Earth’s aeonic timespan and the evolution and sustainability of the biosphere in the face of anthropogenic destruction and climate change.