Ideas are at the centre of my work. Most of what I make is about assisting them to skate outward, into formats where they can be compelling for others. Following the idea to whichever format suits it best has taken the projects I do into a range of different media. These media formats themselves are of equal creative interest to me, as materials to work with in their own right.
Guided by curiosity, lots of my work is about examining visual culture through in-depth research and experimental making. In doing this, my tendency is to balance both meticulous and intuitive approaches. I’m trying to shape new contexts for media samples, by deconstructing and reconfiguring them or arranging them as part of a collection of other media.
I’m also part of Slow Dance, described by Dazed and Confused Magazine as “the collective at the cutting edge of London’s live music scene”. It's through this platform that I’ve developed a practice creating audio-visual outcomes in various capacities - from an installation commission from The Royal Academy of Arts to a scheduled tour of A/V shows around Japan, postponed due to Coronavirus.