‘I see my work falling into two areas,
the real and the unseen.
The first area of work, the ‘real world'
is a figurative recording of life, predominantly architectural
studies of existing surroundings, often exploring the mathematics,
rhythm and movement within structures and the relationship between
man and his built environment. This induces a reminiscent response.
The second 'the unseen' falls into abstraction.
Influenced and inspired by landscape and events the work focuses
on texture and pattern, on strata and rhythm. This induces an