My recent interest in landscape has emerged from making sculpture over several years and from travelling through America. Space has now become something which I occupy and not something contained within an object that I have made. Landscape gives me the opportunity of physically experiencing and working with alignment, points of reference, perspective and infinity. It also offers a place of solitude.
I use drawing, a phone camera, and make models with card and glass. Photography, used as a tool, allows for the variable resolution of distance and the opportunity to put images at the edge of vision. Models provide imaginary spaces for development, similar to drawing, and remain as temporary structures in which perception can ‘touch’. Drawing is done on to printed photographs where some features are erased and others added in order to make the spaces my own.