I enjoy working in a variety of mediums. My work involves using found materials in unexpected ways to create sculptural forms with motion and light. I enjoy the challenge of working with materials that can describe shadow, shape, colour, and space. These forms express my fascination with the natural world, after twenty years of environmental and community-based work and consider the importance of sustainability. Starting a work, I think of an atom in my mind, or deconstruct the forms of organisms such as jellyfish or shells; considering how to transform geometry in my creations. The work often materialises in kinetic forms that explore movement, composition, and reflections. I have sought to encourage the viewer to consider the importance of sustainability and the ecological impact of artistic processes.