I work sculpturally, in an abstract figurative context, primarily using second-hand materials including fabric, found objects, discarded wood, and more conventional sculpture materials such as ceramics, plaster and clay. I assemble things I have made or found in a playful way, as this transforms how the piece communicates. I also love playing with, gravity, texture, colour and spatial context. My work frequently references the human body. I use this as a method to assist in exploring wider issues such as sexuality, socio-economic issues, politics, relationships, nakedness, abuse, culture, gender, religion, childhood and perceptions/representation and to stimulate an emotional and intellectual response from the viewer.