My work is celebratory and humanistic, driven by a passion to explore the place of the individual in the global community through representations of the human figure.

I draw with a wood-burning pen on paper, a technique known as pyrography. This promotes an economy of line that encourages non-essentials to be stripped away, allowing purity of form to be revealed.

I like to identify the often hidden undercurrents of rhythm in day-today life, whether it is the spontaneous simple movements of domestic activity or the choreographed sequences of dance.