Experiences of territory, home and un-belonging. Encountering a place, I make relationships with the people who live, work and play there, then create situations for meeting and conversing which become projects and art works (sculptures, books, photography, drawing, film or other formats).

The work often happens outdoors, in a wide range of contexts including landscape management, health and mental health provision, the criminal justice system, urban and rural regeneration, community development, youth work, organisational development, early years pedagogy, building sites, leisure and tourism.