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Starlings (Grey)

Photograph 2017

Scatter

2017 Photograph

Starlings (Blue)

2016 Photographic Lightbox

Starlings (Black)

2016 Photographic lightbox

This way, come, 2016

Giclee print on German etching paper

Everything Inbetween, 2015

Drilled gloss red painted canvas.

Everything Inbetween (detail), 2015

Drilled holes on painted gloss red canvas.

Murmur I & II, 2015

Installation shot, Rook & Raven Gallery, London.

Murmur I, 2015

A starling murmuration captured in stitched sound waves.

Murmur II, 2015

A starling murmuration captured in stitched sound waves.

Murmur (detail), 2015

Detail of the sound wave stitches.

Anima, 2015

Acrylic & wall paint on Somerset Satin paper.

Flow, 2015

Drilled holes on painted canvas.

Flow (detail), 2015

Detail of the drilled painted canvas.

Pin Tree I, 2013

Dressmaking pins on board.

Pin Tree I (detail) 2013

Detail of the pins on board.

Quantum III, 2015

Embroidered squares on linen.

No.1, 2015

Acrylic & household paints on board.

Afterglow, 2014

A chromatography print of the words "Nam mô a di đà phật" ("homage to Amitabha Budda") a Buddhist mantra repeatedly recited by the Buddhist Vietnamese Mahayana monk Thích Quảng Đức as he set himself alight and sat in protest against the persecution of Buddhists by the south Vietnamese government in 1963.

Following Thích Quảng Đức's death, photographs of his self-immolation were circulated widely across the world and brought attention to the policies of the Diệm government - although it was to take another few months for it to come to any resolution.

This image sees the mantra text written simply in brown felt tip pen on filter paper, dipped in water for 5 minutes. The resulting (spontaneous) image shows the colour separation from the pens pigment; strikingly resembling a line of fire.

Afterglow (studio shot), 2014

A chromatography print of the words "Nam mô a di đà phật" ("homage to Amitabha Budda") a Buddhist mantra repeatedly recited by the Buddhist Vietnamese Mahayana monk Thích Quảng Đức as he set himself alight and sat in protest against the persecution of Buddhists by the south Vietnamese government in 1963.

Following Thích Quảng Đức's death, photographs of his self-immolation were circulated widely across the world and brought attention to the policies of the Diệm government - although it was to take another few months for it to come to any resolution.

This image sees the mantra text written simply in brown felt tip pen on filter paper, dipped in water for 5 minutes. The resulting (spontaneous) image shows the colour separation from the pens pigment; strikingly resembling a line of fire.

In The End Is My Beginning, 2012

Manipulated lace patterns created with pin holes on black gloss board and mounted onto lightbox.

In The End Is My Beginning II, 2012

Manipulated lace patterns created with pin holes on black gloss board and mounted onto lightbox.

In The End Is My Beginning (detail), 2012

Manipulated lace patterns created with pin holes on black gloss board and mounted onto lightbox.

When a Cloud Dies I, II & II, 2014

Acrylic & household paints on board.

Inspired by the gentle words of Thich Nhat Hanh on the flow of transformation, this series of large scale works were created as spontaneous interpretations of a same whole.

When A Cloud Dies I & II, 2015

Acrylic & household paints on board.

Inspired by the gentle words of Thich Nhat Hanh on the flow of transformation, this series of large scale works were created as spontaneous interpretations of a same whole.

Fractured (Grey) 2015

An active meditation using paint, finger and length of string.

Soma (Sun) 2013

Punctured board mounted on lightbox.

Kalinda (Moon) 2013

Punctured board mounted on lightbox. 1

Elapse, 2013

A series of spontaneous circular paintings documenting before, during and after giving birth.

Mu, 2014

Acrylic on fabriano paper.