So with my eviction day come and past, I am now officially homeless.
But it’s not enough to stop me from drawing. Even in my times of trial and stress I still find a way to project it into an illustration or craft.

These illustrations are based on personal situation, self portraits if you like, but without giving away the self as an identity. The lined graphs that encase the figures represent a lot of issues that have forced me to measure myself not physically but mentally and emotionally.

The final image is my last 3 years summed up in boxes, this is my social/consumerist identity. Is having a lot of possessions a good thing? The only thing that brought me comfort during these harsh times was a place to put my stuff.. In my experience, possessions and identity go hand in hand.


Recently i have worked with a company called E.U.M. This job involved a lot of tip-of-the-tongue knowledge on property ownership, wall cavities, law based on architecture, property knowledge and solar power.

Whilst researching the company and the knowledge needed for the job itself, I gained new insight into architectural form, this new perspective has started to reflect that within my work. These tests show how my work has evolved since researching what E.U.M. has shown me.


"You Are Here" (Video) - 2014 ©

This video (and sculpture) show a basic understanding of how individuals navigating through, and around cognitive space. Each of the figures are individual and none are alike, this adds a sense of uniqueness to each sculpture involved. It is as if each of these figures has personality, or possibly even a history of “self”. Business men, teens, the elderly; each of these 50 figures have character, but how?

How can the figures have soul, a self, a history?
They are nothing more than wire and wood.